Lafferty weighing up Thai move
Kyle Lafferty has reportedly been offered a lucrative deal by Thai side Buriram United as he considers where to go after Rangers.
The Northern Ireland international has been told he is surplus to requirements by Gers boss Steven Gerrard, despite the ex-Liverpool midfielder paying out to sign him from Hearts 12 months ago and the club are fielding offers for Lafferty.
The 31-year-old has already been the subject of interest from clubs in Saudi Arabia and Qatar with Record Sport now reporting that Thailand champions Buriram are targeting the striker.
They are reporting Lafferty's camp turned down their opening offer with the Far East outfit returning with an improved deal which would represent a significant increase on his current Rangers' wages.
The Light Blues are eager to get Lafferty off the wage bill as Gerrard seeks to make room for a new striker.
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