According to The Sun, Rangers have made contact with Dutchman Mark Wotte over a possible role as technical director at Ibrox.
Rangers are set for an interesting summer having lost 6-1 on aggregate to Motherwell in the Scottish Premiership play-off final, and with Dave King now calling the shots at Ibrox, it could be a real period of change at the club.
Manager Stuart McCall is under pressure after that thrashing against Motherwell, and with his contract set to expire this summer, King may look to bring in a new manager ahead of the new Scottish Championship season.
It seems that King is also considering other moves, with The Sun reporting that contact has been made between Rangers and former Southampton boss Wotte.
The 54-year-old Dutchman recently served as the Performance Director with the Scottish Football Association, recently leaving the post in October 2014.
However, he may still have a role to play in Scottish football as The Sun believe Wotte has been spoken to about becoming Rangers' new technical director in a bid to build a firm structure behind the scenes at Ibrox given the recent chaos at the club.
Wotte has served in that role previously at Feyenoord and would bring a wealth of experience and contacts to Rangers - if he does indeed join the club this summer.