Davis Heads to Rangers

Steven Davis, the former midfielder from Aston Villa is closing on a return to Rangers according to reports. The captain of Northern Ireland has just made 6 appearances in this season for Southampton and the clubs of Premier League are agreeing to grant him a switch in the transfer window of January. He is talking to Rangers in regards to the return to Ibrox and is reportedly pretty excited to sign the 18 month’s deal with the side of Steven Gerrard.

Davis started with his professional career by playing with Aston Villa after he joined the club as a young player in the year 2002.

He was also a part of the winning side of FA Youth Cup in the same year in Villa Park prior to making his debut as a senior in the year 2004. He then went on to play more than 100 times in every competition for the blues and caret prior to becoming a part of Fulham in the year 2006.

Then he moved to Rangers only one year later on an initial basis as a loan. The thirty-four-year-old player had racked up about 210 appearances for the Rangers in a stay of four and half years. He had been signed by Southampton in the year, 2012. Now, he plans to return to the club that he had backed as a boy. After the victory of 1-0 over Celtic, Gerrad said that with the size of the club, there is no opportunity to stand still. It becomes important to improve in every area of the field.

He says that they have to strengthen in some areas and they are going to rest. Also, he stated that they are going to enjoy the victory and rest. Then they will gear up again as there is a hard and long way to go.