Rangers have jetted out on a mission to assess Polish centre-forward Adam Buksa, Football Insider understands.
The Glasgow giants are keeping close tabs on the striker, 22, ahead of the summer window as they prepare for an overhaul of their attack.
A club source has told Football Insider that Rangers have watched the player closely in recent months, and headed to Poland to see him in action for top-tier side Pogon Szczecin in their goalless draw against Jagiellonia Bialystok on Sunday.
Buksa has been capped nine times by Poland at Under-21 level and was called up to the senior squad last year although he has yet to make his debut.
He has scored nine goals in 18 league matches this season and his record for Pogon – 13 goals and six assists in 31 games – is impressive.
Rangers are braced for strong interest in 29-goal top scorer Alfredo Morelos this summer and the player has made it clear he is looking for a move to a more prominent European league.
The Scottish giants have indicated they value the Colombian at around the £20million mark, although his fifth red card of the season in Sunday’s Old Firm defeat delivered a major dent to their hopes of securing that asking price.
In other Rangers transfer news, it can be REVEALED that the Ibrox club are on the verge of signing a player after agreeing the terms of a £15,000-a-week deal.