Mark Warburton has brought three former Queens Park Rangers players to Ibrox this summer.
Rangers trialist Oguchi Onyewu
Joey Barton. Clint Hill. Niko Kranjcar. Oguchi Onyewu? At least three will be Glasgow Rangers players this season. All four have played for the Gers' west London namesakes.
Onyewu is the only member of the quartet not to have signed up at Ibrox, but has tagged on to the club's tour of America in the hope of a contract.
According to the Mail, it was in fact Kranjcar's agent who put in a good word for the former Newcastle United and Sheffield Wednesday defender, with the pair, like Hill and Barton, teammates at Loftus Road in 2013.
Could there be more to come? Here's three possible options...
3) Anton Ferdinand
Former QPR defender Anton Ferdinand
Rangers are still on the hunt for a centre-half with the talk of signing Adrian Mariappa dying off. Onyewu could be the answer, though at 34 years old and having been without a club for over a year now, it's perhaps a good idea to have alternatives lined up. Ferdinand, who's three years the American's junior, is a free agent himself after leaving Reading.
2) Jamie Mackie
QPR winger Jamie Mackie
A teammate of all four players and Ferdinand, Mackie left Loftus Road for Nottingham Forest in 2013 but returned last summer and has since struggled to make an impact. With R's boss Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink looking to reshape his squad on a budget, Mackie could be one of his victims. Still only 30, the Scotland international would add to Mark Warburton's options both out wide and in attack.
1) Will Keane
Manchester United striker Will Keane
The once highly-thought-of Manchester United striker has endured a nomadic career to date, with loans at Preston North End and Sheffield Wednesday proceeding his spell at Loftus Road. Still under contract at Old Trafford, but behind Wayne Rooney, Anthony Martial, Marcus Rashford, James Wilson and potentially Zlatan Ibrahimovic in the pecking order, it could be time for Keane to leave for good. A 6ft 2 striker with good feet - he could be a welcome addition.