ERLING HAALAND appears to have dropped a major hint over Erik Botheim's Rangers transfer interest.

The newly-signed Manchester City striker teased a possible move to Ibrox for the Norwegian striker as he commented on an Instagram upload.

Replying to an image of Botheim and himself enjoying the off-season, Haaland wrote: "I’m feeling it😎".

The comment appears to be a hint that Botheim could be heading to Glasgow over the summer with Rangers supporters adopting the anthem.

The Sunset Bros x Marc MacCabe tune has been played at Ibrox after victories with incredible scenes showing fans partying to the song in the run to the Europa League final - including the win over Haaland's former club Borussia Dortmund.

Botheim has been linked with a summer transfer to Ibrox as Giovanni van Bronckhorst looks to bolster his squad ahead of the new season.

The striker, 22, is currently without a club after terminating his contract with Russian club Krasnodar after the invasion of Ukraine.


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He had come through the Lyn youth system before moving to Rosenborg at just 16 years old.

Botheim earned his move to Russia after impressing for Bodo/Glimt where he netted 23 times in just 46 appearances.

Rangers fans were quick to pick up on Haaland's transfer tease as they flooded the comments.

The Herald:

One wrote: "the same song played at Ibrox at full time when Rangers knocked Dortmund out👀👀a hint over where Botheim is going to be playing next season 🇬🇧"

And another commented: "if that's not a hint I don't know what is 🇬🇧🇬🇧"