Saido Berahino's time at West Bromwich Albion is surely coming to an end and his next destination could come north of the border, after The Sun revealed that Rangers are in the frame to sign the contract rebel.
The England under 21 international has become a complete outcast at the Hawthorns, after the transfer saga with Tottenham Hotspur went terribly wrong, leaving Berahino to vent on social media at the club.
GER-AHINO Saido Berahino: Rangers plot audacious move for striker with interest high in West Brom man— Glasgow Rangers D. U (@grdu1872) January 8, 2017
Despite coming to terms and playing again in the first team shortly after, the 23-year-old has barely played this season in the Premier League, his last appearance in the top flight occurring in September.
Berahino has rejected multiple new deals that the Baggies have offered to him and with his current contract set to expire in the summer, the player is there for the taking in terms of a new club.
Scottish Premiership side Rangers are keeping close tabs on Berahino, with reports suggesting that the Gers have already approached the player about arriving to Glasgow in the summer.
Picking him up once his contract runs down would be a cheap option for Rangers; around £500k is all that would be needed to pay as compensation to Tony Pulis' side.