Well, George Edmundson has secured his move away from Rangers.
The big centre-back, who joined the Ibrox side two years ago, has returned to English football after finalising a switch to Ipswich Town on Tuesday.
According to The Record, Rangers will pocket a minimum of £1,000,000 for the deal – and more if Town win promotion this season.
And it’s very much a bargain deal by director of football Ross Wilson at the Gers, it has to be said.
That’s because despite not being a success at Rangers, the Scottish Premiership champions still turned a profit on the player.
Yep, the light Blues made a profit on a player who only ever started four Premiership games for Steven Gerrard’s side.
The towering 23-year-old was never a first-team regular under Gerrard and his loan to Derby last season underlined that the Rangers boss felt he had better options in defence.
Okay, £1,000,000 isn’t a huge sum of money for a club like this, but it does bode well because if Wilson can mastermind a profit for players like Edmundson, who haven’t succeeded in Scotland, then it makes you wonder what he could get for a Ryan Kent or an Alfredo Morelos down the line.