Rangers have been busy so far this month, but their work may not be finished, just yet.
Last weekend, both Glen Kamara and Jordan Jones signed pre-contract agreements to join the club in the summer.
However, since then, there has been talk of Kamara becoming a Ger sooner than expected.
Today, Dundee manager, Jim McIntyre, suggested an early move was entirely possible.
“I think when a player signs a pre-contract, nine times out of ten he would rather move on”, the 46-year-old told Sky Sports News.
“Everybody is aware of that. Discussions are ongoing, we’ll see where it leads.”
Clearly, the Dundee boss is a realist.
His side currently sit bottom of the SPL, and there’s probably little point in holding onto a player whose mind is elsewhere.
They need total commitment to get out of their current predicament.
If Rangers want to take Kamara on board now, the Dens Park outfit would receive a fee which could then be reinvested before the end of the month.
The question is, are the Gers willing to pay enough? Or would they rather wait until the summer and incur no financial risk whatsoever?
One thing’s for sure, with the player and his current club seemingly open to an immediate transfer, the ball is firmly in Rangers’ court.