Leeds United are reportedly considering a late swoop for former Liverpool defender Steven Caulker.
According the the Daily Mirror’s live transfer blog, both Leeds and Rangers are considering bids of £1.5million for the ex-England international.
Dundee signed Caulker on a free transfer just six months ago and are believed to be keen on making a profit on the centre-half.
The report adds that both clubs could face competition from clubs abroad to land the 26-year-old, who started the 2017/18 campaign at QPR.
Leeds have until 5pm on Thursday to complete any permanent deal for Caulker, but Rangers can still sign players up until August 31.
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