Tottenham are reportedly willing to wait before deciding Harry Winks' immediate future.
Winks, 19, has risen up through the ranks at Tottenham and the club's belief that he can become a key player in years to come was underlined earlier this week when he penned a new three-year contract at White Hart Lane.
The midfielder is unlikely to be part of the Tottenham first team next season, and a season-long loan deal could be best for his development.
The Daily Record recently reported that Rangers are interested in taking Winks on loan this summer, with new manager Mark Warburton looking to improve his squad.
Now though, Sky Sports suggest that Tottenham are willing to wait some time before deciding whether to loan Winks out, though a move to Ibrox is still possible.
Pritchard Mark II?
Last season, Warburton took Tottenham midfielder Alan Pritchard on loan at Brentford, and helped develop the midfielder in a superb season at Griffin Park.
Tottenham may now trust Warburton to help nurture another of their young players, with Winks potentially heading up to Ibrox to work with the new Rangers manager.
With regular first team football in what should be a winning team, Winks could well develop into a better player at Rangers, making this potential deal perfect for all.