According to a report on the Daily Mail’s live transfer feed at 11:58 on 1 February, Rangers have agreed a fee with St Johnstone for striker Michael O’Halloran.
The 25-year-old has been on Rangers’ wishlist for much of the transfer window so far, but they have struggled to force a deal over the line.
The Light Blues originally started out bidding £250,000 for the front man, but found their initial attempts all rebuffed.
However, after nearly doubling their offer, Rangers have now reportedly had a fee agreed with a transfer expected to go through in the coming hours.
O’Halloran has netted four times in 25 appearances this season, and his arrival will increase competition for places at Ibrox.
Should he arrive as expected O’Halloran will become Rangers’ fifth addition of the January transfer window, following the signings of Maciej Gostomski, Harry Forrester, Billy King, Matt Crooks and Josh Windass.
O’Halloran joins Rangers with Warburton’s side currently sat at the top of the Scottish Championship table.