Rangers have missed out on Andrea Caracciolo after he joined Brescia on transfer deadline day.
The Gers had looked to grab the 26-year-old international - but he has instead opted to join Brescia for the third time in his career.
Serie B Brescia announced on their website that they had landed Caracciolo and it is a major coup for the Rondinelle.
It is believed Brescia have paid Sampdoria £5million plus co-ownership rights of Mattia Mustacchio.
Rangers chief executive Martin Bain told the club's official website: "Discussions were held today in Milan with the player, Andrea Caracciolo, however, he has chosen to sign for Brescia.
"The player was co-owned by Palermo and Sampdoria. Discussions proved to be difficult and the player decided to remain in Italy to play his football."