A report in The Scottish Sun has suggested that Rangers youngster Fraser Aird could be on the verge of another move away from Ibrox during the January transfer window.
The 21-year-old has struggled to make an impact during Mark Warburton's time at the club, having made just four appearances following the former Brentford boss' appointment in 2015 with the last coming in October of that same year.
He has instead spent a significant period of time in Canada on loan with MLS franchise Vancouver Whitecaps, making 18 appearances for the side.
And while some Gers fans may have wondered following the end of his loan spell in his home country, whether he may come back into Warburton's plans and provide support for the likes of James Tavernier, Lee Hodson and Lee Wallace at full-back, it appears that that will not be the case.
Rangers manager Mark Warburton
The Scottish Sun reports that Aird is on his way to Scottish Championship promotion chasers Falkirk, though they do not say whether it will be another loan deal or whether it will be on a permanent basis.
If it is a loan deal, it would arguably be a very good move for Aird's career prospects with the Gers as it will surely be easier for him to be on Warburton's radar, and he will be playing in a team that is looking to challenge for promotion so will have to cope with the pressure of expectation, much like he will if he gets the chance to head back to Rangers and add to his 63 league appearances for the club.