Sky Sports News sources understand Dundee United have rejected an improved offer from Rangers for striking ace David Goodwillie.
It is the second bid Ally McCoist's side have seen turned down for the 22-year-old as they look to bolster their frontline at Ibrox this summer.
The Gers' unsuccessful bid comes after Premier League side Blackburn reportedly failed with a £1.8million swoop for the Scotland international earlier this week.
Championship club Blackpool are also thought to be interested in Goodwillie's services, with Seasiders hitman DJ Campbell expected to join QPR.
However, Dundee United have slapped a £2m price tag on their star striker and will not settle for less than their asking price.
Goodwillie was the third top scorer in the Scottish Premier League last season, netting 17 goals for the Terrors.