According to STV, Rangers will keep trialists Andy Halliday and Reece Wabara at the club for another week as manager Mark Warburton considers keeping the duo permanently.
Rangers have already snapped up three players this summer in Wes Foderingham, Danny Wilson and Rob Kiernan, but new manager Warburton will be keen to add even more new faces to his thin squad at Ibrox ahead of the new season.
Two free agents have joined the club on trial, with former Manchester City right back Wabara and ex-Middlesbrough utility man Andy Halliday both arriving in Glasgow for training last week.
Now, with a trip to Tottenham's training base on the horizon, STV report that manager Warburton wants to keep both players in the squad for another week before deciding on whether to offer the pair contracts.
What would Halliday and Wabara offer?
Halliday, formerly of Livingston, was born in Glasgow and was even on the books at Rangers as a teenager, before moving on to Livingston, Middlesbrough and Bradford City, only to be made a free agent this summer.
The 23-year-old can play at left back and on the left of midfield, which would hand Warburton a versatile option and cover for Lee Wallace down the left hand side.
Meanwhile, Wabara - also 23 - is also a free agent having left Doncaster Rovers, and would really give Rangers an exciting option at right back.
With great pace and the desire to attack, Wabara was one of the better full backs in League One last season, and his potential arrival at Rangers would be another great move for Warburton.