According to STV, Rangers trialist Andy Halliday has undergone a medical with the club ahead of a permanent switch to Ibrox.
Rangers have made three additions to their first team this summer, with new manager Mark Warburton signing goalkeeper Wes Foderingham as well as defenders Rob Kiernan and Danny Wilson.
A number of trialists are currently at the club, including right back Reece Wabara, defensive midfielder John Eustace and playmaker Jason Holt - and one trialist is set to join permanently.
STV report that Andy Halliday has undergone a medical ahead of a full-time switch to Ibrox, having impressed during his trial period with the club.
The 23-year-old, who was on the books at Rangers as a teenager, is a free agent having left Bradford City earlier this summer, and looks poised to become Warburton's fourth signing of the summer.
What can Halliday offer Rangers?
Halliday brings experience in Scottish football having made his name with Livingston, but his key attribute is his versatility.
The Scot is able to play at left back and on the left of midfield, offering Mark Warburton a vital option ahead of the new season.
With Lee Wallace likely to start at left back, Halliday could see plenty of time on the left of midfield, with Rangers desperately lacking options out wide.