Rangers manager Steven Gerrard urged to sign former Chelsea and Arsenal defender Ashley Cole

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Ashley Cole has been released by LA Galaxy but is keen to continue playing (Picture: Getty)

Rangers manager Steven Gerrard has been urged to make a move for former Chelsea and Arsenal defender Ashley Cole.

Cole won two Premier League titles and three FA Cups at Arsenal before making a controversial move to London rivals Chelsea.

The left back enjoyed further success at Stamford Bridge, winning the league title and and Champions League with the Blues.

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Cole joined MLS outfit LA Galaxy in 2016 but was released this week and is said to been keen to continue playing if the opportunity presents itself.

And Arsenal legend Ray Parlour believes Liverpool hero Gerrard should look to bring the 37-year-old to Rangers.

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Im sure therell be lots of clubs interested. Stevie G is a great shout at Rangers, Parlour told Sky Sports.

I dont know who their left back is at the moment but he would be great for the dressing room area.

Liverpool legend and Rangers boss Steven Gerrard (Picture: Getty)

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Hes had a fantastic career and I think that he can do a job definitely for another season.

Im not too sure about the Premier League, Im not sure someone would take a chance on him in the Premier League, certainly the Championship.

Rangers have won eight of their 13 league games under Gerrard this season to climb to second in the Scottish Premiership, two points below champions Celtic.

Gerrards side face Villareal in the Europa League on Thursday before taking on Hearts over the weekend.

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