According to The Sunday Post, Rangers will move for the signature of Nottingham Forest striker Jason Cummings this month as they look to bolster their attacking line.
The former Hibernian star, who scored 8 goals against the Light Blues over the course 2 campaigns, could be open to returning to Scotland despite only just leaving for the English Championship last summer.
Cummings has failed to come to grips with new life in England, managing just a goal in 17 appearances thus far, and could be available for £1million despite Forest saying they don’t want to sell.
His impressive record of 55 league goals in 3 Scottish Championship seasons suggests he could be the man to fire Rangers back to the very top.
Cummings also scored at least 20 goals in each of his last 3 seasons with Hibs, and still has a lot of goals in him at 22.
The Gers currently need reinforcements in the striking department with Kenny Miller out injured, and Cummings could be the perfect and home-grown successor to the veteran forward.