Rangers will need to shell out £2.7 million if they want to sign Terem Moffi from KV Kortrijk this summer, according to Jeunes Footeaux.
While Alfredo Morelos does not appear to be going anywhere soon, a variety of strikers big and small, prolific and profligate, continue to be linked with a move to Ibrox.
And, amid claims that Saido Berahino, Lyndon Dykes and co have admirers at the Glasgow giants, another lesser-known name has appeared on their radar.
ScoreNigeria exclusively claimed last week that Rangers had shown an interest in 21-year-old Moffi.
Hardly a household figure in Glasgow but, it must be said, some of the Gers’ best signings in recent years have been under-the-radar rough diamonds.
After all, who on earth had heard of Morelos before he swapped Finnish football for Scotland during the brief and barmy reign of Pedro Caixinha?
Moffi has a strike rate reminiscent of Morelos in his HJK Helsinki pomp, netting 10 times in 16 games across 2019/20 for Kortrijk in Belgium and FK Riteriai in Lithuania.
The Nigerian youngster would cost about three-times the fee Rangers paid for their Colombian talisman, however, with reports suggesting that Kortrijk would listen to offers of £2.7 million.
Anderlecht, Galatasaray, Lorient and St Etienne are interested too, meaning transfer chief Ross Wilson has the ideal opportunity to show why Rangers were so keen to bring him to Ibrox last year.