Former England midfield team-mates Steven Gerrard and Frank Lampard have been in discussions over a potential summer transfer.
According to The Daily Record, Gerrard has made contact with Lampard over the possibility of Rangers signing Max Lowe on loan from Derby County.
Lowe has impressed during a loan spell with Scottish Premiership side Aberdeen this season, proving he is more than capable of playing at this level.
The 22-year-old operates at left-back, which is an area that Rangers could look to strengthen. The Gers currently have four options in that department but Gerrard does not seem entirely convinced by any of them.
Borna Barisic and Andy Halliday usually share left-back duties. But Barisic’s persistent injury concerns are a problem. And Halliday is a central midfielder doing a makeshift job.
Jon Flanagan can also fill in at left-back but he has blown hot and cold this season. Meanwhile, Lee Wallace looks set to leave after Gerrard froze him out for much of the campaign.
Lowe could be the ideal short-term fix for Rangers. He has played 41 games for Aberdeen, scoring three goals and providing two assists from left-back.
The England U21 international is highly-rated by Derby. But whether Lampard believes he is ready to compete with Scott Malone or whether he needs another loan spell remains to be seen.