According to The Scottish Sun, Rangers are set to make their second January signing, with Maciej Gostomski nearing a deal with the club.
The Gers haven't wasted any time on the transfer front, with Doncaster Rovers attacking midfielder Harry Forrester joining the club on Thursday, penning a six-month deal with Rangers having worked alongside manager Mark Warburton at both Watford and Brentford.
Now though, manager Warburton may be eyeing up a swift second deal, with the Gers needing a couple more additions to freshen up the squad for the rest of the campaign.
The Scottish Sun report that Rangers are on the verge of signing Polish goalkeeper Maciej Gostomski, who was recently on trial at Ibrox in a bid to win a permanent contract.
The 27-year-old goalkeeper saw his contract expire at Lech Poznan on the 31st of December, meaning he is now free to join another club - and Rangers have moved quickly to tie up a deal.
The report states that Gostomski has impressed Warburton and goalkeeping coach Jim Stewart, meaning he will now win a permanent contract with Rangers, as they seal their second signing of the January transfer window.
It seems unlikely that Gostomski would displace Wes Foderingham as the first choice goalkeeper, but with Cammy Bell suffering injury blows, Gostomski appears to be coming in as a backup to Foderingham, with Bell potentially heading for the exit in the near future.