Rangers are reportedly interested in Aberdeen midfielder Lewis Ferguson.
According to the Scottish Sun, the Gers are considering a January move for the 20-year-old and sporting director Ross Wilson has earmarked him a target.
It is understood that he could be a replacement for Glen Kamara, who may be targeted when the transfer window re-opens in the New Year.
The report explains that Rangers star Kamara could be subject to “big money offers” and his potential sale would give them funds to move for Ferguson, who Aberdeen will keep hold of.
Rangers should do their best to keep hold of Kamara this season, as he thrives in the big games and is all-action in the centre of the park.
But Steven Gerrard should be open to strengthening his squad if the right player comes along and Aberdeen’s Ferguson is an exciting prospect.
Ferguson scored eight times and managed eight assists last season for Aberdeen, while he’s also a Scotland Under-21 international.
The central midfielder can be a real creative force when he pushes forward and plays the box-to-box role effectively.
He was previously on the academy books at Ibrox as a youngster and it could make sense to try bring him back.