Arsenal, Manchester United, Brighton and Norwich are all keeping tabs on Rangers captain James Tavernier, according to 90min.com.
The Gunners are seeking a replacement for Hector Bellerin, who is expected to leave the Emirates this summer, while United are looking for a cheaper alternative to Atletico Madrid’s Kieran Trippier.
Brighton’s interest stems from the fact that first-choice right-back Tariq Lamptey has suffered a serious hamstring injury, which kept him out for the majority of last season, while Norwich are looking to replace Max Aarons, who could be offloaded before the transfer window closes.
All four teams are said to have taken note of Tavernier’s form last season. Not only did the 29-year-old score 19 goals and contribute 16 assists, he was also part of a defence that conceded just 13 goals in 38 league matches.
Rangers will be determined to keep hold of their talisman, especially as the fullback only signed a new contract back in April.