Mohammadi caught the world’s consideration when he failed with a roly-poly throw-in in the course of the World Cup
Rangers are tracking Milad Mohammadi forward of a possible summer season swoop for the Iran defender, in accordance with experiences.
Mohammadi caught the world’s consideration earlier this summer season when he tried an unimaginable somersault throw-in on the World Cup, in his nation’s group stage defeat to Spain.
He’s been capped 21 instances by Iran, with two appearances at this summer season’s match, and The Scottish Sun say Rangers boss Steven Gerrard is tracking Mohammadi as he considers shifting to signal the 24-year-old.
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The left-back at the moment performs for Akhmat Grozny in Russia, having joined the Chechnyan aspect in 2016 from Rah Ahan Tehran in his homeland.
He has only a 12 months left on his contract with Akhmat, and it’s believed Rangers must pay round £2million to signal Mohammadi.
Gerrard has already introduced 9 new gamers to Ibrox since his appointment as supervisor earlier this 12 months, and he’s at the moment engaged on a deal to signal Jake Cooper, the Millwall defender.