Leeds United and Everton were amongst a group of 25 clubs to send scouts to watch Rangers face Braga in the Europa League, according to a report from the Daily Record.
The Gers went into the game looking to build on a dramatic win at Ibrox in the first-leg. Steven Gerrard’s men were 2-0 down in front of their own fans last week.
But two goals from Ianis Hagi and a brilliant solo strike from Joe Aribo handed the Scottish Premiership side a narrow advantage heading to Portugal.
The Daily Record notes that Rangers playing their game on a Wednesday has prompted a number of clubs to send representatives to the tie.
The Record notes that Everton and the Whites had scouts at the game. Meanwhile, Southampton, Manchester United, Chelsea, Brighton and Crystal Palace were the other English sides represented at the game.
Could Leeds be looking at Glen Kamara again?
Leeds fans will be intrigued to know which player, if any in particular, may have been on the club’s radar.
The Scottish Sun reported at the start of the January transfer window that the Whites were amongst the group of clubs chasing Glen Kamara.
Kamara missed out on a starting spot on Wednesday, with Gerrard naming the Finland international on the bench.
But with a place in the last 16 of the competition up for grabs, it would be no surprise to see a number of players catch the eye of the raft of scouts in attendance.