According to The Sunday Post, Rangers are interested in signing Norwich City midfielder Graham Dorrans and Hibernian striker Jason Cummings.
The Gers have already been busy in the transfer market, as Accrington Stanley duo Matt Crooks and Josh Windass have already signed pre-contract agreements with the club, whilst Liverpool teenager Jordan Rossiter agreed a contract with Rangers on Friday too.
Talk is now rife of a move for Joey Barton, with STV reporting that the former England international is on the verge of signing a two-year contract at Ibrox.
Now though, The Sunday Post report that manager Mark Warburton could yet make a couple more big moves, as it's claimed that he wants to bring Norwich midfielder Graham Dorrans and Hibernian striker Jason Cummings to Ibrox.
Dorrans, 29, has been in and out of the Norwich side this season, making just 13 Premier League starts under his compatriot Alex Neil, and he may look to leave Carrow Road in order to play regular first-team football.
The Scotland international would offer great quality to the Rangers midfield, and whilst there may be interest from Warburton's men, there's surely no way he would add both Barton and Dorrans, considering that Crooks, Windass and Rossiter are all midfielders - and it may end up being either Barton or Dorrans, rather than both.
The other target, Hibernian striker Cummings, has had an outstanding season. With 25 goals for Hibs, the 20-year-old striker has been a constant menace in the Scottish Championship, and Hibernian's failure in the play-offs means they will find it hard to keep hold of their star striker.
Rangers already have the likes of Martyn Waghorn, Kenny Miller and Michael O'Halloran in attack, but adding Cummings would give the Gers another potent goal threat - and whilst Warburton would have to pay big money to land the Scottish striker, he could be worth every penny after 46 goals in the last two seasons.
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