Hibernian midfielder John McGinn is a rising star in Scottish football, and Rangers should do whatever they need to in order to sign him.
Rangers are a bigger and most historic club than Hibernian, and the Gers should go all in for the 23-year-old, who would take their midfield to another level.
The Scotsman has been widely tipped to be a long-term replacement for Scott Brown at Celtic.
Former Manchester United midfielder Michael Stewart (The Scottish Sun) and ex-Hibernian manager Alan Stubbs (The Daily Record) both have tipped McGinn to be a long-term replacement for Brown at Celtic Park.
Brown, though, is going strong as well, and given that he is 32 years of age, the Scotsman still has a few more years left in him at the very highest level.
Rangers should go all in for McGinn in the January transfer window. Hibernian boss Neil Lennon told The Scottish Sun in September that the youngster is worth more than £5 million, and the Ibox outfit should pay whatever it takes to secure his services.