According to the Daily Record, Rangers are making a move for ex-Manchester City full back Reece Wabara - and the player has travelled to Glasgow to begin training.
Having already snapped up centre backs Danny Wilson and Rob Kiernan last week, new manager Mark Warburton is now looking for reinforcements in other positions.
The Daily Record believe that, having released right backs Richard Foster and Sebastien Faure, Warburton is now pursuing Wabara.
The 23-year-old, formerly of Manchester City, has just become a free agent having left Doncaster Rovers, and is now being lined up for a move to Ibrox.
The report states that Warburton has pinpointed Wabara as a player he wants to sign this summer - and the player has even travelled up to Glasgow to begin training with the Rangers squad as he bids to earn a contract with Warburton's men.
What would Wabara bring to Rangers?
The former Manchester City man, who made one Premier League appearance for the club, would certainly be an impressive move for Rangers.
Wabara, a former England Under-20 international, is an attack-minded right back with pace to get forward and cause problems high up the pitch.
He still has potential to become even better, and with Warburton looking to get on the front foot next season, Wabara could be ideal for what Rangers want to do under their new manager - and landing him on a free transfer could be a masterstroke.