Former Glasgow Rangers player Jon Flanagan is close to a move to Amiens, according to France Football.
Flanagan was released by the ‘Gers earlier this summer and he has since been without a club.
That could end soon, though, with the 27-year-old reportedly close to a move to the Ligue 2 outfit.
Flanagan made the move to the 54-time Scottish champions from Liverpool, where he had built a decent pedigree – he made 23 appearances for the Reds during the 2013/14 campaign when they finished second in the Premier League, and only injuries prevented him from featuring more frequently.
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With the ‘Gers, though, he only made 39 appearances in all competitions and he wasn’t always the most popular figure. He now appears to have taken a step down by signing for a second-tier club, but at 27, the £855,000-valued man still has time to turn it around and rediscover the form which earned him a move to Ibrox in the first place.
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