Tom Lawrence in Rangers transfer exit link as former boss keeps tabs along with two English sides

Tom Lawrence could have options to leave Rangers over the summer with former boss Giovanni van Bronckhorst reportedly eyeing him up for Besiktas.

The Dutchman landed his first job since being sacked from Ibrox when the Turkish side unveiled him as their new boss. And as he looks to put his own stamp on his squad, it looks like he may be having an admiring glance back over to Glasgow as he considers a swoop for the Welsh midfielder.

Besiktas are just one of the sides looking at Lawrence though, reports the Daily Mail. Premier League new boys Ipswich Town and their boss Kieran McKenna are credited with an interest. The 30-year-old has had a spell at Portman Road previously and was the Tractor Boys' player of the year in 2016-17.

McKenna is looking to add experience to his squad in order to try and stay in the top flight, while a team who failed to do so, Sheffield United, are also monitoring the Gers man after trying to sign him before he came north.

Lawrence has just one year left on his contract after signing from Derby in 2022. Much of his time in the Scottish Premiership has been interrupted by a injury.

Van Bronckhorst was the manager who signed him back then and could swoop again. There were previous unconfirmed suggestions he could target Light Blues captain James Tavernier, who has also been linked with another former manager in Steven Gerrard and his Al-Ettifaq side.