Hertha Berlin goalkeeper Jonathan Klinsmann looks set to move on this summer with Scottish giants Rangers poised to swoop. The 22-year-old son of German legend, manager and football pundit Jurgen, is out of contract with the Berlin side in the summer and having been unable to break into the first team at the Bundesliga club, he is believed to be looking for other opportunities.
His only game for the first XI came in a Europa League group match last season and it is clear he has little, if any chance of making the grade with boss, Ante Covic’s side. Jonathan Klinsmann has been capped at under-23 level by the USA, where he grew up when his father (Jurgen) was in charge of the US national team, and Rangers club are keen.
With both Wes Foderingham and Jak Alnwick set to leave Ibrox this summer, Gers boss Steven Gerrard is in need of at least one more stopper to compete with this season’s first choice Allan McGregor. The Scottish Sun reports that Rangers scouted Klinsmann when he played for Hertha Berlin’s second team at the weekend.
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