It's three years since the former Ibrox man played his final game for Rangers, who are now managed by Graeme Murty.
Three years after leaving Ibrox, former Rangers defender Bilel Mohsni could be set for a return to Scottish football.
According to the Daily Mail, Mohsni - whose last act as a Rangers player was to kick and punch Motherwell's Lee Erwin, resulting in a seven-match ban - is training at Dundee United, with a view to securing a move to the Championship side.
The Terrors recently hired their former striker, Paul Sturrock, as the club's chief scout in England, and the 61-year-old is said to have recommended Mohsni, whom he managed at Southend United.
This is how Rangers fans are reacting to the rumour on Twitter...
Remember Dundee utd!!? They still going?— Scott (@scottia8) 9 March 2018
There's short term and then there's short term. Imagine looking to sign someone with 13 matches of the season left (plus play offs) when he'll be banned for 7 of them!! @Chris_Greig— Scott Middler (@scott_middler) 9 March 2018
They must be desperate or like to stay in championship— hebrideangold (@hebrideangold) 9 March 2018
Guessing they’re needing a bit of fight in their team lol— five stars (@ishkha1872) 9 March 2018
He was murder for us.
Mad Billy Mohsni was nuttier than a squirrels jobby— Jamba (@JambaWATP21) 9 March 2018
Dundee United looking at Mohsni? A big liability with a lengthy ban to serve? Please god let it be true— ShotasDiscoShoes (@ShotaDiscoShoes) 9 March 2018
The only player with any balls in that Rangers team.— Churchill (@Rangers_co_uk) 9 March 2018
Canny believe big Mohsni is back in Scotland— Meiks (@RFC_72) 9 March 2018
This will go down well with their fans— Stevie (@ToryglenRangers) 9 March 2018
Since leaving Rangers, has had short spells at Angers, Paris FC and Étoile du Sahel, against whom he is pursuing legal action over unpaid wages.
The centre-back played 61 times for Rangers and scored an impressive 13 goals.
Could the former Rangers man do a job for Dundee United?