According to The Scottish Sun, Rangers have taken Lech Poznan goalkeeper Maciej Gostomski on trial, and he is expected to stay with the club for most of the week.
The Gers have come under fire in recent days having only drawn 2-2 with Morton on Saturday afternoon, with Martyn Waghorn's late equaliser saving Mark Warburton's men.
Fans are keen to see a number of new signings in January in order to keep their promotion bid on track, and it seems that Warburton is looking at potential additions already.
The Scottish Sun report that Rangers have taken Polish goalkeeper Maciej Gostomski on trial, with a view to a longer-term deal.
Gostomski, 27, is out of contract at the end of the month and can leave Lech Poznan on a free transfer, meaning a permanent stay at Ibrox is certainly possible.
The 6ft 5in goalkeeper will be hoping to impress, and whilst he surely wouldn't displace Wes Foderingham as Rangers' first choice stopper, he could certainly compete with Cammy Bell and Liam Kelly to become the club's second choice goalkeeper.
It's stated that Gostomski is set to stay at Ibrox for at least another two days, giving manager Warburton the chance to really assess the Polish goalkeeper ahead of the January transfer window.