According to The Daily Record, Rangers are weighing up whether to make moves for Sean Goss and Russell Martin after their loan deals expired.
Rangers have not yet made decisions on Norwich City defender Martin and Queens Park Rangers midfielder Goss.
Martin has been with Norwich since 2010 and he can play at either right-back or centre-half.
Having played for the Canaries in both the Premier League and the Championship, he was out of favour in the early part of this season under Daniel Farke and was sent on loan to Rangers in January.
The Scotland international played 17 games for the Scottish Premiership outfit since his arrival and they are set to decide on whether to make his deal permanent or not.
Rangers will also make a decision on Goss soon.
The former Manchester United midfielder joined on loan from Rangers in January as well after failing to make an appearance at QPR this season.
The 22-year-old played 15 times, scoring twice, and his future is currently up in the air.
Rangers have recently appointed ex-Liverpool midfielder Steven Gerrard as their next manager and he will run the rule over the players, including the loan ones, before deciding on their futures.
Norwich see Martin as surplus to requirements so losing him would not affect them too much.
Goss, on the other hand, could be handed a chance under a new boss at QPR.
The central midfielder is highly-rated, still young and will have a point to prove so QPR should keep him and see how he does in pre-season.
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