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Skysports.com understands that Rangers are interested in Australia international Mile Jedinak.

New Gers boss Ally McCoist is keen to freshen up his squad on a limited budget after taking the reins from Walter Smith.

And Jedinak is available on a free transfer after leaving Turkish club Genclerbirligi earlier this summer.

Championship side Crystal Palace are also keen on the 26-year-old midfielder but Rangers are leading the race.

The Scottish champions are believed to have expressed an interest in the 26-cap international, who shone as Australia reached the final of the Asian Cup in January.

Jedinak left the Central Coast Mariners for Turkey in January 2009 and upon leaving Genclerbirligi has said he was eager to test himself in one of Europe's bigger leagues.

I didn't see this posted anywhere so thought I'd put it up. Sorry if its a repost.

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Skysports.com understands that Rangers are interested in Australia international Mile Jedinak.

New Gers boss Ally McCoist is keen to freshen up his squad on a limited budget after taking the reins from Walter Smith.

And Jedinak is available on a free transfer after leaving Turkish club Genclerbirligi earlier this summer.

Championship side Crystal Palace are also keen on the 26-year-old midfielder but Rangers are leading the race.

The Scottish champions are believed to have expressed an interest in the 26-cap international, who shone as Australia reached the final of the Asian Cup in January.

Jedinak left the Central Coast Mariners for Turkey in January 2009 and upon leaving Genclerbirligi has said he was eager to test himself in one of Europe's bigger leagues.

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here bit about his club career that i got wikipedia

Jedinak began his career at Sydney United, and spent some time in the early years of his career at Croatian club NK Varaždin.[1] He was part of the Sydney United side that won the NSW Premier League title for 2006, playing a role in midfield that earned him a trial with the Mariners.

Jedinak was first added to the Mariners' squad in the week leading up to their 2006 Pre-Season Cup play-off against Newcastle Jets, and subsequently was called into the squad for the last ten games of the 2006–07 where he made eight appearances.

Jedinak achieved success at the Central Coast Mariners, helping them to a Premiers' Plate in the 2007-08 season of the Hyundai A-League and scoring some spectacular goals along the way including a 25 metre free-kick in the 5-4 loss in Round 15 to Sydney FC. He was the club's second highest goalscorer in the 2008-09 season, with 6 goals.

On 25 December 2008, Jedinak signed a two-and-a-half year deal with Turkish club Gençlerbirliği that was effective of January 2009. [2] On 24 January 2009, he made his competitive debut for Gençlerbirliği in their 3–1 victory over Kayserispor, playing the full match. Jedinak's first goal for Gençlerbirliği was scored in a 1–0 win over Fenerbahce.

With one year remaining on his contract at Gençlerbirliği, Jedinak announced he was leaving the club on 8 June 2011, with the hopes of finding a new club in a different country.[3]

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STAR OF THE WEEK

Mile Jedinak is always

a consistent

performer at both

club and international

level and again

stepped up for his

side this week,

netting the first of

three goals as

Genclerbirligi romped

to a 3-0 win over

Manisaspor.

From Aussies in Europe website.

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But we only scout the SPL and England

We don't have any scouts. Life under Lloyds was far better.

People need to get their heads out of the sand and realise we aren't signing anyone, ever again. Not even if there was a fire.

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Jcrfc1 mentioned an Australian being picked up yesterday in the Juanma thread, mentioned something about an Oz playing in Turkey.

Coincidence?

Very true.Watch the speculation go through the roof now.

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