Manchester United's search for a right-back has seen land in Scotland with the Ole Gunnar Solskjaer side said to be interested in the services of Rangers captain James Tavernier.
United wants a competitor for Aaron wan Bissaka who they feel has relaxed due to lack of competition and despite being linked with Kieran Trippier, the club is exploring other cheap options.
According to 90min, United are monitoring the right-back after his breakthrough year in Scotland with Brighton, Arsenal, and Norwich are also interested.
The 29-year-old enjoyed a stellar campaign under Steven Gerrard last season and won the Scottish Premier League without losing a game-and has now reportedly impressed teams in the Premier League
The player scored 19 goals and assisted a further 16 from his right-back position and United believes he can be a good asset for the club. Apart from him and Trippier, United has been linked with Norwich's Max Aarons although the player is said to be keen on moving to a team that will give him regular playing time.
Solskjaer could be looking to pull off a repeat of Alex Telles’ arrival last year; the Brazilian left-back revitalized Luke Shaw into one of the best defenders in the world.