As reported by The Scottish Sun, Rangers are ready to complete the deal that brings Allan McGregor back to Ibrox, with the goalkeeper set to undergo a medical.
McGregor was linked with a move away from Hull City earlier this week and it seems that Rangers have wasted no time in securing his signature.
The Scottish Sun report that the 36-year-old is set to undergo a medical ahead of concluding a deal to sign on at Ibrox within the next 24 hours.
The paper reckon that the goalkeeper will sign a two-year deal at the club.
After the apparent acquisition of Scott Arfield, Rangers are clearly not messing about when it comes to the summer transfer window.
Although he’s coming towards the tail-end of his career, at 36 Allan McGregor still has plenty of playing time left in him.
He has a level of experience at a higher level beyond current Ibrox number one Wes Foderingham and is arguably the better all-round goalkeeper.
Foderingham is an excellent shot-stopper but there are question marks about other aspects of his game, most notably his distribution.
McGregor also has a strong personality and can become a leader in the dressing room, having previously won multiple trophies at Ibrox in his first spell at the club.
It’s more proof that Rangers are set to take the upcoming transfer window very seriously indeed, apparently on the verge of signing two internationals with Premier League experience before the season is even over.
Is it set to be a blockbuster summer for supporters?