Rangers defender Jose-Karl Pierre-Fanfan could be set for a move to the Middle East.
Fanfan has struggled to establish himself at Ibrox since moving from Paris Saint Germain.
Rangers are thought to be willing to let the central defender leave and the player's agent Ken Anderson claims his client is attracting interest from clubs in Dubai and Qatar.
"There is some interest in Pierre-Fanfan from Dubai and Qatar," Anderson told the Scottish Daily Mail.
"I will fly out there next week to talk to the relevant parties about what is on offer.
"We already have Youssef Chippo out in Dubai and obviously there are some decent players operating in the Qatar league like the De Boer twins.
"It has been a frustrating time for Jose this season at Rangers.
"It is stating the obvious to say it has not unfolded the way he would have wanted."
Meanwhile, Rangers are believed to be pondering a move for Lille ace Gregory Tafforeau.
Tafforeau is out of contract at the end of the season and could leave Lille on a free transfer.
Incoming Rangers boss Paul Le Guen is believed to be a fan of the left back and is keen to bring him to Ibrox in the summer.
Rangers could face competition for Tafforeau, with Monaco monitoring his situation at Lille.