Rangers have been linked with a move for Manchester United midfielder Ethan Hamilton as part of a double deal.
The Scottish Sun reported (19/11) Hamilton is being targeted for a loan move to Ibrox along with Scott McTominay.
Hamilton is a promising Scotland under-19 international who could from a footballing perspective be a shrewd short term addition for Rangers.
But there is a clear reason he may not be a great fit... he is a big Celtic fan.
Speaking to Manchester United's official website, Hamilton said: "I was a Celtic fan. My English club would always have been United but I was a season-ticket holder up at Celtic.
"I was quite young but Henrik Larsson was always my hero. I know he was here at United as well and he was brilliant. He just used to score great goals and was an all-round great player."
As Joey Barton once showed, being a Celtic fan will not stop a player joining Rangers although Hamilton is a lot more passionate about the reigning champions than Barton ever was.
Rangers' coaching staff and scouts must assess Hamilton's quality from purely a football standpoint, but fans may find it more difficult to accept him as one of their own especially if he is only on a short term loan deal.