Liverpool midfielder Jordan Rossiter has reportedly arrived in Glasgow to complete his move to Rangers.
Rangers have been in talks with the promising central midfielder and Sky Sports report he is now in Glasgow to put the finishing touches to the deal.
Liverpool had offered the 19-year-old a new deal but he is keen to move to the Ibrox club to secure more first team football.
The Gers are expected to pay a development compensation fee of around £250,000 – a fraction of the near £8million compensation fee that clubs south of the border would need to pay to secure his signature.
Tough tackling central midfielder Rossiter is seen as an ideal replacement for Dominic Ball who has played the midfield enforcer role for the Gers this season but will return to Tottenham at the end of the campaign, following his loan spell.
Rossiter would become the third player to agree to join the Gers this summer after Accrington Stanley duo Josh Windass and Matt Crooks signed pre-contract deals.