Rangers boss Steven Gerrard is looking to strengthen his squad in January and one option will present itself this weekend.
Dundee midfielder Glen Kamara will go toe to toe with Rangers' midfield maestros, who he could end up joining.
The former Arsenal talent has been claimed to be on Rangers' radar previously, the Evening Telegraph reported in the summer.
Kamara has continued to impress, since being linked to Sunderland, Derby, Wolves and Celtic, via The Mail.
The 23-year-old is in good form and this weekend's match with Rangers is an ideal chance for him to shine.
Rangers' midfielders will have to be at their best, because if they aren't, Kamara could end up taking their place.
Kamara has completed Dundee last 11 consecutive league games, captaining the side three times, and providing two assists, one of which came last week against Hamilton.
The Finland international will be well known to Rangers' coach Michael Beale, from his time at Liverpool's under-23s, when he managed against Kamara at Arsenal.
Kamara's contract at Dundee expires next summer, meaning Rangers could potentially sign him for a cut price deal.
Steven Gerrard has an immediate chance to run the rule over the potential signing.