Every day it seems like another Rangers player is being linked with a move away from Ibrox now that the January transfer window is open.
Star midfielder Lewis Macleod was sold to Brentford for £850,000 last week as Rangers look to raise funds to keep the club afloat, and more departures are anticipated this month.
Sunday saw striker Kris Boyd linked with a move back to former club Kilmarnock, whilst Ian Black and Lee Wallace have also been linked with moves away from Ibrox.
Today, it's Honduran international midfielder Arnold Peralta tipped to leave Rangers, who had previously complained about the treatment given to him by former boss Ally McCoist.
25-year-old Peralta has played just five times this season and said McCoist had a personal issue with him after a poor performance against Hibernian, which had left him out of the side.
Now, reports in his native Honduras suggest that he could be on the move in the January transfer window, with a number of MLS teams looking to sign him, as well as Brentford.
The Bees snapped up Macleod just days ago but could look to make another swoop on Rangers by bringing Peralta to Griffin Park alongside his former team mate.
Assistant boss David Weir is a former Rangers player and will no doubt still watch his former club, where he will hae seen what Peralta has to offer.
An exit seems best for the player and for the club, and with the Honduran unhappy at Ibrox, his departure is expected.