According to a report in the Express and Star, Rangers are interested in Wolverhampton Wanderers midfielder Kevin McDonald.
The 27-year-old has fallen completely out of favour at Molineux in recent weeks, with Kenny Jackett looking at other options.
Both George Saville and Jack Price appear to have nailed down their places in Wolves’ starting line-up, and McDonald now faces a fight to win back his place.
The technically adept midfielder was left out of Wolves’ match day squad for their midweek contest against Milton Keynes Dons, and was reportedly forced to train with the club’s youngsters.
McDonald has previously been a key player for Wolves, but his future now appears uncertain and Rangers are keen to capitalise.
The Glasgow side recently secured promotion to the Scottish Premiership, and Mark Warburton reportedly feels that McDonald would be a good addition.
Wolves are believed to be demanding in excess of £1 million for the midfielder, and it remains to be seen whether Rangers would be willing to part with that much money to secure the former Sheffield United’s man’s signature.
McDonald has made 120 league appearances for Wolves in a three year stint with the Midlands side.