Rangers are interested in signing Oldham Athletic defender from George Edmundson, according to a report by the Daily Mail.
The 21-year-old has been an important player for Oldham over the past few seasons and has made a total of 79 appearances for the League Two club, after progressing through their academy.
The report states that Oldham have already rejected offers for the highly-rated defender, who is thought to be keen to play at a higher level.
Oldham are understood to value the player at around £450,000 and are aware of interest from Stoke City, Hull City, Sunderland and Fleetwood Town.
Rangers are keeping close tabs on the player, ahead of a potential bid in the summer, as manager Steven Gerrard looks to strengthen his squad.
Edmundson has made 54 appearances for Oldham in all competitions this season, scoring two goals.
Edmundson is a talented young defender and has been an important player for Oldham over the past two seasons.
He is clearly a player with a lot of potential and could be a good signing for Rangers, although he may favour a move to the Championship over the Scottish Premiership.
It will be interesting to see what happens with this one over the next few weeks, but one thing is for certain, Oldham will want to keep hold of the defender.