EGYPTIAN winger Mahmoud Saber has claimed that he has been approached by Rangers over a potential move to Ibrox this summer - but warned that the Glasgow giants face stiff competition for his signature.

The highly-rated 18-year-old - dubbed by some as the new Mohamed Salah - has ran down his contract with Al-Ahly in his homeland, opening the door for a move to Europe.

Saber is now free to speak to other clubs about the possibilty of a move and recently claimed that Rangers, Valencia and Benfica are among the clubs to have approached him.

He told the Daily Record: "Because I have never signed a professional contract with Al-Ahly, I am deemed an amateur player and can sign for a new club for nothing.

"I have offers from Rangers in Scotland, Valencia in Spain and Benfica from Portugal as well as a big club in Tunisia. I will make my decision soon.

"I have European agents sorting my future and I hope to be in a position to sign for my new club shortly."