According to The Mail, Rangers are in talks with former Fulham midfielder Ryan Tunnicliffe following his release from the Cottagers.
The 24-year-old is looking for a club and the publication claims that Rangers, in addition to Barnsley and Preston North End, are speaking to the ex-Manchester United man.
But another Championship midfielder is potentially available and the Gers should look at bringing in Aston Villa's Gary Gardener.
HITC Sport reported on Friday that the 25-year-old is being monitored by a number of Championship clubs after Aston Villa did not bring him on their pre-season tour.
And if Pedro Caixinha is interested in Tunnicliffe then signing Gardner makes more sense.
According to Transfermarkt, he is valued at £1.7 million and although Tunnicliffe is free, Gardner is a more talented footballer who would do better in Glasgow.
He is a good Championship player, having made over 80 appearances in the second tier following loan spells with Middlesbrough and Sheffield Wednesday, but he is not a great one and a spell in the Scottish Premiership could reinvigorate his career a bit.
Gardner has had a rough time of it with Aston Villa fans as well and how he would love to feel wanted by a fanbase. Succeeding at Ibrox would give him that adoration in spades.