Rangers are expected to complete the signing of Dundee United striker Jon Daly in the coming days, according to new reports.
Daly has been in negotiations since January with Rangers over a possible move, and it is believed that the 30-year-old Republic of Ireland striker has agreed to join the Division two outfit.
Daly is out of contract at the end of the season at Tannadice, and has been deployed as an attacker as well as a defender this season, but he will be used as a striker by Ally McCoist at Rangers.
MK Dons and Hibernian have also been in pursuit of Daly, but he will snub a move to England or a team in the SPL to play for Rangers in Division two.
Daly is expected to sign for the club next week, but will not be able to register until September 1 because of a transfer embargo imposed on Rangers.
In other Rangers transfer news, defender Carlos Bocanegra is likely to leave Rangers once he returns from his loan spell in Spain.
Being one of the top earners at both Rangers and in Scotland on a whole, Rangers will listen to offers for the 33-year-old who is not keen on playing Division two football. His International career has come to a halt too, with the USA International being snubbed since Rangers relegation.
Bocanegra is likely to move to the MLS where several teams are interested in the veteran defender.