Rangers midfielder Jeremy Clement has been contacted by Paris Saint Germain, accoring to French reports.
Clement said he wanted to further his career under Paul Le Guen as he signed for Rangers in July.
Le Guen was appointed PSG boss earlier this month after parting company with Gers and Clement could now be set to follow in his footsteps to Parc des Princes.
Clement has reportedly already agreed to move to PSG, but the French club are waiting on a response from Rangers.
Rangers boss Walter Smith, meanwhile, is determined to add more new faces to his squad before the end of the month.
David Weir arrived at Ibrox from Everton on Tuesday, but Smith knows he is still short of options.
"We know we're a little bit thin on the ground, so it's an obvious thing to try to make sure we're covered from now until the end of the season - especially with the importance of the European games coming up and also the fact that we desperately want to finish second in the league," he told Rangers World.
Smith also insists he will not ignore players who would be ineligible for Rangers' Uefa Cup campaign.
"It is an awkward circumstance but if there is somebody out there we can get who we feel can improve our performance and give us a bit more consistency in the league we'll go for that,"
"It wouldn't put me off."