Magennis - who plays alongside the Rangers trio Steven Davis, Jordan Jones and Kyle Lafferty for Northern Ireland - is said to be in limbo at his current employers, Bolton Wanderers.
And according to The Belfast Telegraph, Rangers may be able to land the striker for free in the summer window.
Bolton paid £400,000 to prise Magennis from Charlton Athletic a year ago, but the Welsh-born 28-year-old has only managed to score six goals in 45 games since then.
And it seems few Trotters fans would mind if Magennis left for Rangers - who are being warned against a move by some.
This is what they're saying on Twitter...
Does he need a lift?— James Jarvis (@RealJamesJarvis) June 11, 2019
Next stop 6 goals in the worst and easiest league possible, worst striker ever, actually all the team not just him so I'll be his driver.— Josh Bourn (@JJBourn10) June 11, 2019
I know Scottish football is toss but surely it's not this bad— Scott (@martinscottf) June 11, 2019
I’ll warm the car up— Mark Hurst (@MarkCHurst14) June 11, 2019
God no, Rangers can do much better than him— Big Ste (@thenglishgiant) June 11, 2019
I hope it’s true— gavin smith (@walsallwanderer) June 11, 2019
Magennis already has some experience of Scottish football, having played for Rangers' league rivals Aberdeen, Kilmarnock and St Mirren.
The former goalkeeper scored just 28 goals in 190 games in Scotland's top tier.
Is Magennis really that bad for Rangers?
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