Rangers have turned down an offer of £3.75m from Bordeaux for striker Alfredo Morelos, according to BBC Scotland.
Steven Gerrard has been busy bringing in new recruits at Ibrox since his appointment as manager.
Eleven new faces have been signed, but now there is a danger of the Scottish outfit losing first-team players.
According to BBC Scotland, Morelos has attracted the attention of Bordeaux, but Rangers have knocked back the French club’s opening offer.
The 22-year-old moved to the Glasgow-based outfit last year from HJK Helsinki in a £1m deal.
Morelos has the opportunity to be a real threat for the Gers this season.
He has already shown in his first seven outings of the campaign that he can be reliable in front of goal, as well as provide service to his teammates.
Morelos, who scored 15 Premiership goals in his first season for Rangers in 2017-18, has netted three times and created two assists in all competitions so far.
The attacker is not completely faultless, though, as he does have the tendency to see red mist.
That is something that Gerrard will have to try to manage, but a few hot-headed moments are not enough to consider selling.
Morelos could be an important part of Rangers’ season, so they must resist any more offers that come their way, and hope that Gerrard isn’t given his biggest test as manager yet with the 22-year-old potentially pushing for an exit.