Several clubs have been credited with an interest in the Rangers right-back, who skippers the Ibrox side under Steven Gerrard.
Leonel Di Placido is the latest player to be linked with a move to Steven Gerrard's Rangers.
Here are five things Rangers fans should know about the potentially Ibrox-bound star...
What sort of player is he?
An attack-minded right-back whose main strength is dribbling (WhoScored). It is also claimed that he likes to get forward and tackle, while he boasts an impressive amount of pace. It is little surprise, then, that he is being touted as a possible replacement for the Rangers captain James Tavernier (Talksport).
Where's he been?
Di Placido came through the ranks at All Boys in his native Buenos Aires, before joining another club in the province, Lanus, two years ago. He has appeared 34 times for his current employers and scored or made three goals in that time.
Has he played for his country?
Not quite. The 25-year-old won his first senior national team call up a year ago, joining high profile stars such as Mauro Icardi, Paulo Dybala and Giovani Lo Celso in the Argentine squad for the friendlies against Guatemala and Colombia, but is still awaiting his debut.
What's his situation?
Di Placido is in the final year of his Lanus contract (Transfermarkt) and could cost as little as £1 million (Talksport), although it is claimed that Rangers are looking at an initial loan for the player, who is said to own an Italian passport, in January.
Would Rangers face competition?
La Liga sides Espanyol and Leganes are keen, along with the Ligue 1 outfit Amiens (Talksport).
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