Rangers are keeping tabs on Standard Liege goalkeeper Arnaud Bodart, according to reports. 

Bodart, 26, has been ever-present for the Belgian outfit since the 2019-20 campaign but has been tipped to leave the club for a fresh challenge this summer. 

Under the leadership of Philippe Clement and recruitment chief Nils Koppen, there has been a comprehensive revamp of the scouting system at Rangers. Particularly with Anthony Galinski becoming the most recent addition. 

That's prompted the Light Blues to delve into the Jupiler Pro League in their quest for new signings. And outlet Sudinfo claim the Liege number one is firmly on their radar.

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Bodart is nearing the end of his contract, and the club appears willing to entertain offers if they fail to reach a new agreement.

They are believed to be seeking €4million (£3.4m) for the stopper. Although Rangers have not submitted an official offer yet, it's anticipated that a bid from the Scottish Premiership giants will be forthcoming shortly.

There have been fears Rangers current first choice, Jack Butland, could be lured away from Ibrox at the end of the season after an eye-catching year in Glasgow. 

Butland's scintillating form put him on the verge of an England national team recall and it's likely he won't be short of suitors when the transfer window opens in June. 

If Bodart did join Rangers, he would offer strong competition, with Robby McCrorie and Jon McLaughlin both still at the club.