Rangers are expected to head into the transfer market this winter as they look to improve in certain areas of the squad.
Steven Gerrard made a number of additions in the summer, almost completing a whole overhaul of the team, but it is felt that he is still keen on strengthening.
And, according to a report, it appears that he could be about to get the wheels in motion about bringing back a former player to Ibrox.
The Northern Ireland international, who captains the country, left the Light Blues in 2012 but could make a return on an initial loan move, with the option of a permanent switch.
Gerrard was allegedly keen on signing him in the summer, however, Mark Hughes was not prepared to let him go.
Davis’ time at Southampton looks largely over and he could certainly be a good addition for Rangers this winter, as the Saints may be prepared to sanction a move for the out of favour midfielder.
The Northern Irishman became a fan favourite during his time at Ibrox, helping the club to win a number of domestic honours, as well as achieving a place in the 2008 UEFA Cup Final.
Gerrard believes the 33-year-old could help Rangers with his experience as they look to continue a challenge for their own honours this season.
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