The 19-year-old played his crucial role in Champions League games last season for Rangers.
Rangers boss Philippe Clement is ready to sanction a January loan for Leon King.
The 19-year-old has been left out of the Light Blues squad in recent weeks. Clement knows King is highly-rated but at this stage of his career, he can’t guarantee him regular first-team action. The Rangers boss is now prepared to look at suitable options for the centre-back in the January window.
King played a lot of football last season and in a number of Champions League games. If a loan was to aid his development then Rangers would consider the move. The problem for him is Connor Goldson and Leon Balogun have cemented the centre-half pairings and Dijon Sterling and John Souttar are behind them. There are a number of Rangers players, like Kieran Dowell and Ridvan Yilmaz, who are also struggling for game time and could also look at potential January moves.