Newcastle United's Adam Armstrong
The Newcastle man had been linked with a loan switch to Ibrox after Martyn Waghorn sustained an injury on the opening day of the Scottish Premiership season, but Warburton has since quashed any talk of a move.
"He’s not for us. He’s a very talented player — but he’s not coming to Rangers," he told The Scottish Sun.
The 34-year-old is predominantly a right-back but is also capable of playing across the backline as well as in midfield.
Rangers' James Tavernier
Gers supporters may be concerned that Fanni's arrival could be a sign that James Tavernier is on his way out this summer, as Diyarbakir Soz claims that Trabzonspor have made the full-back their number one target.
Tavernier only signed a new deal with the Light Blues recently, so it may well take an incredible offer for a move to happen.
Bristol City's Luke Ayling
The 24-year-old has been frozen out at Ashton Gate following the arrival of former Hoops man Adam Matthews, the Bristol Post claims, and Brendan Rodgers may be about to offer him an escape.
The Bhoys have so far made three signings, but Kennedy believes that they still have a little bit of business to do.
JK on squad strength: "Don't think we are far away. If there are one or two more you can bring in then, perfect." (MH)— Celtic Football Club (@celticfc) August 9, 2016
Celtic's James Forrest