Rangers have confirmed their interest in Dundee United goalkeeper Grzegorz Szamotulski.
Szamotulski is set to leave Tannadice before the end of the month when his contract expires.
The Polish custodian has turned down a new deal at United and Tannadice boss Craig Levein has confirmed the midweek CIS Cup semi-final against Aberdeen will be Szamotulski's last game for the club.
Rangers are hoping to lure Szamotulski to Ibrox as they search for a replacement for Derby target Roy Carroll.
Carroll has agreed a deal to move to Pride Park, but the move has been held up as Rangers will only let him leave once they secure a replacement for the Northern Ireland international.
A number of other clubs are thought to be tracking Szamotulski who has impressed at United this season.