Rangers player Matt Polster is set to leave Ibrox in the next 24 hours, according to The Daily Record.
It has been reported that Polster, who can operate as a defender or as a defensive midfielder, will move to New England Revolution in Major League Soccer imminently.
The report has added that the Gers will receive a transfer fee of £400,000 for the USA international, who joined the Ibrox club in January 2019 after a successful trial.
Nashville SC also want to sign Polster, but New England Revolution have won the race for the signature of Polster and will sign him in the next 24 hours, according to the report.
The Daily Record has further added that Polster was expected to leave Rangers in January, but he was called into action due to right-back James Tavernier undergoing appendix surgery.
According to The Daily Record, Polster has managed to make just 10 appearances for Rangers during his time at Ibrox.
Having failed to compete with Tavernier for the right-back spot, it would make sense for the USA international to leave the Gers, as it has simply not worked out for him at the club.
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