A report this week claimed that the 20-year-old is unlikely to move to Ibrox this summer.
Hibernian's Jason Cummings shoots at goal
The 20-year-old would have been a welcome addition to Mark Warburton's ranks, having scored 25 goals in all competitions this season.
However, Rangers fans needn't worry as - as The Streets once said - there are plenty more fish in the sea.
Here are three prolific marksmen to whom they could turn to instead.
Barnsley's Sam Winnall celebrates after scoring their second goal against Walsall
The Barnsley frontman has found the net 24 times in 2015-16, dragging the Tykes all the way to the League One play-off final. Should they fail to go up, Winnall could become an attainable target for Warburton, who hinted himself that Rangers would scour England's lower leagues for talent.
Leeds are reported to have seen a £1 million bid for the 25-year-old turned down in January. But with his contract expiring next summer, he shouldn't cost much more than that.
Nicky Ajose scores for Swindon
In 15 fewer matches this season, Ajose has so far exceeded Winnall's tally by one - despite playing for lowly League One side, Swindon Town. The former Manchester United man has scored for fun in England's bottom two tiers, but struggled to get a look in during a recent spell at Leeds.
The 24-year-old is under contract for another two seasons, though the Robins may be more inclined to sell than Barnsley, whatever happens.
Everton's Leighton Baines and Dundee's Kane Hemmings
The 25-year-old has scored more goals than any of the above this season (26) - and in a higher division too. However, he is reportedly available at a sixth of Cummings' alleged asking price (£250,000), due to a clause in his Dundee contract.
The Englishman is said to be interesting several Championship clubs back home, but recently admitted he would like to play out his Rangers career again, having appeared on just 10 occasions during his time at Ibrox.