Steven Davis likely to sign one year Rangers extension
Rangers midfielder Steven Davis is reportedly expected to sign a new one-year rolling deal before his contract expires at the end of the season.
According to The Scottish Sun, he has no plans of calling it a day and is likely to be at Ibrox next season.
The 36-year-old is currently on international duty with Northern Ireland and is unwilling to hang up his boots for them either.
Davis may not have the legs of a player in his mid-20s anymore, but he certainly has the heart of one and he showcases that each time he steps on the pitch for the Ibrox giants.
His never-say-die-attitude is one of the primary reasons why he’s regarded so highly both at club and national level.
At 36, he remains an integral part of Steven Gerrard’s side and we’re sure that the gaffer will keep him as long as he wants to play.
Knowing Davis, once he feels he’s costing the team points, he himself might call it a day.
We don’t think that day will come for at least another two years and he may even surprise us and continue playing until his 40s.
Former Gers player Stuart McCall is also a keen admirer of the player and has labelled him “fantastic”. [Daily Record]
Even after he retires, we expect him to stay a part of this club in some way or the other as he is an important dressing room presence.
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