Rangers’ veteran full-back Arthur Numan is believed to be a transfer target for both Feyenoord and PSV Eindhoven.

The Dutchman, who is considering finishing his career in Holland and he player’s agent, Joop Korevaar, claims there will be no shortage of ofers if the 33-year-old decides to quit Ibrox and return to his homeland.

‘Arthur wants to make a final decision at the end of the month so I will contact Rangers this week to see what they are offering,’ Korevaar told the Daily Record.

‘Only when we have that offer can we make a decision. Arthur would like very much to stay in Glasgow but I have also had contact from his old club, PSV.

‘Guus Hiddink is the manager there and he would like Arthur to come back to Eindhoven, where he has kept his family house for the last five years. PSV know that, whatever happens, Arthur wants to see out the rest of this season in Glasgow and they are happy to wait.

‘Feyenoord’s technical director, Rob Baan, also spoke to me in December and said he would like to get Arthur as soon as possible.

‘But I told him also that Arthur wants to stay in Glasgow until at least the end of this season and that the first thing he has to do is see what offer he gets from Rangers.’