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Rangers forward Nacho Novo ponders next move

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Rangers fans need certainty - Novo

Nacho Novo is weighing up offers as he comes to terms with the likely end of his Rangers career.

The 31-year-old Spanish forward is one of six first-team players who are soon to be out of contract at Ibrox.

"I have a few things in Spain, down south and Greece so I just need to wait and see what happens," said Novo.

"At the moment I am interested in every one. I'm just going to have a wee break and think about what is going to be the best for me."

Novo, who moved to Rangers from Dundee in 2004, has been linked with Middlesbrough and former club Huesca.

The forward has been a bit-part player this season, coming off the bench on 29 occasions and pitching in with eight goals.

Following Sunday's final game of the season at Ibrox, Novo spoke emotionally of his time with the Scottish champions.

"I said I would like to retire at Rangers, but I want to enjoy my football and I don't think I have enough games here," he told BBC Radio Scotland.

Stevie Smith and DaMarcus Beasley have indicated that they are leaving Rangers this summer, while Kirk Broadfoot, David Weir and Kris Boyd are the other men nearing the end of their contracts.



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