Glasgow Rangers have reportedly thrashed out a deal to sign Israeli striker, Toner Hemed.
The player’s representatives has apparently agreed personal terms with the club and the Maccabi Haifa star will fly into Glasgow to undergo a medical ahead of a free transfer to the Scottish giants in the next few days.
Hemed, who recently made his debut for the Israel national team in the recent Euro qualifier against Latvia, is keen to work for McCoist who he describes as one of the “great strikers in football.”
“I am excited by the prospect of signing for such a big club as Rangers and playing under a manager like Ally McCoist,” Hemed told the Daily Record.
“He is someone I very much admired in the past as one of the great strikers in football.
“I believe if I got the chance to work with him he can develop my game further.”