The Gers have made it every clear that their priority for the current transfer window is to offload talent where possible.
The likes of Serge Atakayi, Andy King, and Eros Grezda have already made their way through the exit door at Ibrox, and if Ross Wilson is to be believed, they may not be the last ones to go either, as per the Scottish Sun.
But that doesn’t necessarily mean that the Gers won’t look to bring in at least one new face over the coming weeks.
According to a report from Football Insider, they have already been knocked back in their efforts to land Liverpool starlet Curtis Jones on loan this month, but it would appear that the Bears could turn their attention to another promising young playmaker.
A report from Football.London suggested that Rangers were one of a host of clubs keen on Conor Gallagher.
The Chelsea midfielder is currently making waves on loan at Charlton Athletic in the Championship, but is said to be split over whether to stay at The Valley for the remainder of the campaign, or whether to spend the next few months at another club.
And while that’s all well and good, the latest transfer update on the matter could spell bad news for the Gers.
Goal.com claim that QPR are the latest side to enter the hunt for Gallagher, joining Burnley, Norwich City, West Brom, and Swansea City in a midseason pursuit of the playmaker.
With that many teams chasing him, Rangers are going to have to pull up some trees to land Gallagher this month and given the fact that their priority seems to be outgoings rather than incomings, you have to wonder whether to not they have it in their locker to get a deal done at the present moment.