Rangers will listen to offers for goalkeeper Jak Alnwick in the January window, Football Insider understands.
The Scottish giants are targeting the keeper department as one that is in for a major overhaul over the next two windows.
The futures of Englishmen Alnwick and Wes Foderingham, the number three and number two shot-stoppers at the club, is up in the air with their contracts expiring next summer.
Ibrox sources have told Football Insider that the club are ready to hear bids for Alnwick, 26, as January offers the last opportunity to secure a fee for him.
He can leave as a free agent next summer when his three-and-a-half year deal expires.
The keeper is on a season-long loan at League One promotion hopefuls Blackpool, where he has made a big impression during the campaign.
He has started all 17 of their league matches and conceded just 19 goals to help them to fifth position in the table.
There is plenty of interest from English clubs in Alnwick, who was also the first choice while on loan at League Two outfit Scunthorpe United last season.
The former England Under-20 international has made just 11 appearances for Rangers since being signed in Mark Warburton’s last window as manager.
At Ibrox, Allan McGregor is firmly established as the number one and on the verge of being handed a new contract.
Both proven performers are out of contract at the end of the season, although the English Championship high flyers have opened talks with Rudd about a new deal.
In other Rangers news, a BBC pundit has told Football Insider how he’s in awe of “Fearless” Ibrox 18-year-old who’s ripping it up – “I just love to see it”.