According to Sky Sports, Rangers have submitted a third bid for Hibernian midfielder Scott Allan in a bid to finally end the lengthy transfer saga.
Rangers have snapped up the likes of Wes Foderingham, James Tavernier, Rob Kiernan, Danny Wilson, Andy Halliday, Jason Holt and Martyn Waghorn this summer, but new manager Mark Warburton is still keen to add new signings as we enter the final month of the transfer window.
As reported by Sky Sports, Rangers have had bids of £175,000 and £225,000 rejected for Hibernian midfielder Allan, who appears to be Warburton's top transfer target.
Hibernian confirmed on their official website last week that Allan, who allegedly grew up supporting Rangers, had submitted a transfer request, but also claimed that he would't sold to Rangers as they didn't want to strengthen a direct rival.
However, that seemingly hasn't deterred Rangers, with Sky Sports reporting that the Gers have made a third bid to finally bring Allan to Ibrox.
It remains to be seen whether Hibernian will finally buckle and give in to Rangers' bids, but the 23-year-old would certainly add a creative force in the Rangers midfield, and his proven quality in the Scottish Championship would boost Rangers in their bid to win the title.
With just one year left on his contract at Easter Road, it seems that Allan is leaving at some point - and Rangers are now hoping that Hibernian will choose to cash in rather than lose him for nothing in less than 12 months time.