Rangers manager Ally McCoist is hoping to beat the transfer deadline and secure the services of Polish striker Pawel Brozek.
The Ibrox boss is keen for Brozek to join the Scottish champions on loan from Turkish club Trabzonspor.
McCoist was quoted in a number of newspapers saying: "We have touched base with his club in terms of seeing if a deal can be put together. The lad wants to play as it's in his best interests with the Euros just round the corner."
McCoist sees the player as a potential strike partner for Nikica Jelavic, rather than a replacement for the Croatian, who was the subject of a failed bid from West Ham this week.
He added: "I haven't been told it is connected to the Jelavic deal, I'm hoping it is not as I fancy the two of them working together but time will tell."