Standard Liege have reportedly rejected the chance to sign released Rangers midfielder Ryan Jack on a free.

The former Ibrox player was allowed to leave in the summer after spending seven years at the club and the 32-year-old was linked with a move to Dundee last month.

However, reports in Belgium have revealed the Scotland international was offered to Standard in a bid to resurrect his career abroad.

But cash-strapped Standard declined to offer Jack a deal with Croatian manager Ivan Leko not interested and have turned their attention instead to former Bochum star Christophe Antwi-Adjei and ex-Ghent player Dylan Bronn instead, with both also available for nothing.

Jack was a part of Steve Clarke's Euro 2024 squad despite managing just five league starts for Rangers last season, but failed to play a single minute in Germany.

In an emotional farewell to Rangers, Jack posted on Instagram:  "Now the season is done and dusted I would just like to say it’s been absolute honour and privilege to wear the @rangersfc badge over the last 7 years it has meant so much to me.

"From growing up as a fan and having a dream to go and live that dream has been a crazy rollercoaster and one that will live with me for the rest of my life.

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"Massive thanks to my family who has always been by my side through the good and bad and has lived every high but also picked me up through every low.

"Massive thank you to all my managers and coaching staffs over that time.

"Massive thank you to all my teammates that I played alongside I have met some real good people and friends for life.

"Most importantly massive thank you to the fans the people who will always be there supporting through the good and the bad, you are the ones that keep driving this great club forward and the support I have had over the 7 years has been nothing short of incredible.

"Some of the memories we have had together from getting the club back into Europe to 55 onto champions league football and a European final.

"Your support has never went unnoticed and will never be forgotten. I will now just be one of you and I will be supporting the team moving forward from the outside.

"I wish Philippe his staff and players all the best for next season and going forward.

"All the best. Jacko"