Rangers goalkeeper Cammy Bell is widely believed to be on the brink of joining Dundee United, according to The Courier.
The 29-year-old, who joined Rangers in 2013, is expected to complete his switch to Tannadice later on Tuesday night.
The Gers are reported to have terminated the final year of his contract and he now looks set to join up with the Tangerines, having played second fiddle to Wes Foderingham last term.
Rangers fans are unlikely to miss him too much and although they may not like his decision to join United, Ibrox supporters might take comfort in knowing who he reportedly snubbed.
The Courier goes on to reveal that he turned down the chance to join Hearts and Hibernian - the latter, of course, managed by Celtic icon Neil Lennon.
Both Hibs and Dundee United will ply their trade in the Scottish Championship next term, so it is not like he rejected the Easter Road club because of their status.
But whatever his reasoning, Rangers faithful might think a little more of him despite seemingly joining the Tangerines.