It has been reported by The Glasgow Evening Times that Rangers manager Mark Warburton wants to sign the youngster either on a season-long loan deal or on a permanent contract in the summer transfer window.
England scout Hoyland has spoken highly of Dodoo, having tracked his progress at Leicester.
“The one thing that Joe has got is the ability to create something out of nothing,” Hoyland told The Glasgow Evening Times.
“He will disappear during games. Then, all of a sudden, he will pop up, beat two or three players and spank one in the top corner.
“He is quick. He can travel with the ball. He is a six footer and is a big strong lad, but I wouldn’t say he is a physical player. Having said that, he has played in League One in England and can handle himself.”
Dodoo, who had a loan spell at Bury in 2015, is a talented young player who would be a good signing for Rangers.
The best move for the 21-year-old would be to join the Gers on a season-long loan deal.
The former England Under-18 international has the potential to make it big in the Premier League, and he should remain attached to Leicester in some way.