According to The Scottish Sun, Rangers are stepping up their interest in signing Huddersfield Town striker James Vaughan.
The report suggests that Rangers assistant David Weir - his former team-mate at Everton - has recommended him to manager Mark Warburton.
Vaughan is at Birmingham City on a one-year deal following a loan from Huddersfield but, having failed to score in 16 Championship and FA Cup outings last season, City manager Gary Rowett might be willing to move him on.
The speculation has not gone down well with Rangers fans on Twitter, however.
Rangers after James Vaughan. Can't say am excited about this one but trust Warburton and Weir, hope he proves me wrong!— Mark (@MarkK1872) June 20, 2016
Re the James Vaughan to Rangers rumour, when I was on a trial with Everton at 16, he was surprised that I'd even contemplate going there.— Derek Howie (@DerekHowie1) June 20, 2016
That James Vaughan"link" looks like an agent working the PR machine. He aint a Warbs type player & his goal scoring record is poor— 54 Beats 44 (@54Beats44) June 20, 2016
James Vaughan. An unproven goalscorer. Not sure why we think he would score goals that would win us the SPL. Certainly not a fan.— davros (@davidmcginlay10) June 20, 2016
I didn't think the link to James Vaughan would go anywhere, to be honest. Interesting, if it happens.— Jamie (@jamiecurrie89) June 20, 2016
Looks like the move for James Vaughan is stepping up,not a fan of him at all tbh— EBT Positive (@Colin86M) June 20, 2016
Do you want James Vaughan at Rangers? Personally id rather have Tom Bradshaw or at a push Kane Hemmings— Rangers Polls (@rangers_votes) June 20, 2016
Rangers certainly need a new striker but it remains to be seen if Vaughan is the man.
They have Martyn Waghorn, who should be their go-to-guy once again when it comes to goals next season, but a 36-year-old Kenny Miller is his main competition.
Miller is a Scottish Premiership legend, and he still knows where the goal is as he demonstrated by reaching the 20-goal barrier in all competitions last season, but long term the Rangers boss might need to prepare for life after the veteran hitman.