According to The Scottish Sun, Rangers are poised to secure the signature of goalkeeper Allan McGregor, and could confirm the move today.
With European football secured and Steven Gerrard at the helm as the club's new manager, Rangers are in for a big summer, and have already secured one new signing.
Midfielder Scott Arfield penned a pre-contract agreement earlier this week, and will start his four-year deal at Ibrox when his Burnley contract expires this summer.
Now, The Scottish Sun report that Rangers are close to securing their second signing of the summer, as Hull City goalkeeper Allan McGregor is set to seal his return to Ibrox.
The 36-year-old came up through the ranks with the Gers, racking up nearly 300 appearances for the club before heading to Turkey with Besiktas in 2012.
McGregor's Hull contract ends this summer, and it's now claimed that a deal with Rangers could be announced today, with a two-year deal allegedly agreed.
That would give Gerrard a proven, experienced goalkeeper at Ibrox who knows the club inside out, but would also raise questions over the futures of both Wes Foderingham and Jak Alnwick.