Rangers are reportedly interested in teenager forward Rayhaan Tulloch from Championship outfit West Brom.
According to the Northern Echo, the Scottish giants have joined the race for the English striker and there is also interest from League One side Sunderland
It is understood that Premier League teams Aston Villa, Southampton, Bournemouth and Newcastle United are all keen too on the 18-year-old.
The report explains that Rangers and Sunderland could look to sign him on loan for the rest of the season with the appeal of first-team minutes, while his contract at the Hawthorns expires in the summer.
Tulloch is a product of the West Brom academy that has made one first-team appearance this season in the FA Cup, while he’s only played three senior matches in his career to date.
The Birmingham-born centre-forward has built up a reputation as a natural goalscorer at youth level and is now receiving plenty of attention.
Tulloch looks a star for the future that looks a decent long-term option for Rangers and the amount of interest in him suggests he has star quality.
He could add some extra depth to Steven Gerrard’s squad if he joined in January, but it unlikely to get in ahead of either Alfredo Morelos or Jermain Defoe as the club go chasing a Scottish Premiership title.
The Gers are in the thick of a title battle and travel to Tynecastle on Sunday to face Hearts.