Tehran Times – GLASGOW, PSV Eindhoven and Glasgow Rangers have reportedly shown interest in signing Iran defender Milad Mohammadi.
PSV are hoping Mohammadi will follow compatriots Reza Ghoochannejhad and Alireza Jahanbaksh in plying his trade in the Dutch Eredivisie, Scotsman reported.
English Premier League teams Huddersfield and Stoke are eager to bolster their squads ahead of the upcoming season.
According to reports from the Scottish Sun, Glasgow Rangers are keeping tabs on the defender and could move for him this summer.
The 24-year-old plays as left-back for Russian outfit Akhmat Grozny and has played for Iran in the 2018 Russia World Cup.
The report claims that Mohammadi has just a year left on his current deal, but Rangers will still have to pay in the region of £2 million to sign him.
Getting the work permit shouldn’t be an issue as Mohammadi now has 21 caps to his name, two of which came as a substitute in games at the World Cup this summer.
Steven Gerrard has already made nine summer signings so far and the Liverpool legend is reportedly working on a £3 million deal to sign Millwall’s Jake Cooper.