As per the Scottish Sun, Hamilton midfielder Greg Docherty, 21, is a player who is “most definitely” on Rangers’ radar as manager Graeme Murty’s squad overhaul gets underway.
A mini-Exodus could take place at Ibrox this month, with Carlos Pena, Bruno Alves, Fabio Cardoso, Eduardo Herrera and Dalcio all likely to leave, and Docherty is one of the names on the club’s winter wishlist.
Sean Goss has already arrived on loan from QPR, Jamie Murphy is on his way from Brighton and the Scottish youth international looks next in line.
Docherty has been in impressive form for the Accies this term, scoring 3 goals and assisting 4 others in the Scottish Premiership thus far.
Cash-strapped Hamilton might be left with no choice but to cash in on their youngster who has been with the club since 9, and the chance to link up with a big club might be too much a temptation for him.
The highly-creative Docherty has a very bright future in front of him, and with age also on his side, he could turn out to be a perfect long-term signing for Rangers.
Should a switch be made in the coming days, the Light Blues will be boosted by the fact that they will resume from the break with another great talent within their ranks.
Beating Aberdeen to 2nd place might just become a very easy task in the coming months given the quality of signings Rangers are making.