Scottish champions Rangers have launched a bid to bring back former striker Kenny Miller to Ibrox.
The Scotland hitman moved to Bursaspor on a two-and-a-half year contract in January but has failed to settle with the Turkish side.
Rangers boss Ally McCoist has confirmed the club has put in a bid for the 31-year-old, while Championship outfit Cardiff are also reportedly interested in the striker.
"We have bid for Kenny and we hope to hear from Bursaspor in the morning," McCoist told the Daily Record on Tuesday, although he admits the Turkish club may be reluctant to let the striker go.
"My reading of the situation is Kenny is bursting to get away but I'm not so sure any deal would be straightforward," he said.
"I'm not sure if Bursa would let him go."
Meanwhile, McCoist has confirmed Swedish side Orebro have rejected a bid for another of his targets, USA international Alejandro Bedoya.
He said: "Bedoya is a player we have an interest in but the bid we have made has been knocked back."
The Rangers boss also thinks the club will be priced out of the chase to land Ado Den Haag winger Wesley Verhoek.
"We've looked at him but I think the fee would rule us out," he said.