Rangers midfielder Glen Kamara is reportedly a target for Watford as they look to strengthen for their Premier League return.
The Finland international joined the Ibrox club from Dundee for a bargain fee in 2019 and has become a key part of Steven Gerrard's side.
Kamara has been earning rave reviews for his performances at Euro 2020, with the 25-year-old starring against Finland and Russia.
According to the Daily Mail he has been "discussed extensively" by the Hornets, who have been promoted back to the Premier League.
It's clear that Rangers would be reluctant to sell one of their key men but the Premiership champions are pursuing a player trading model as they look to get the club back on a sound financial footing.
That means selling players for a profit and with Kamara arriving for next to nothing, plus two-and-a-half seasons of amortisation, any transfer fee would be basically pure profit.
Striker Alfredo Morelos is also being linked with a move away from Rangers this summer.
He's currently competing for Colombia in the Copa America but Portuguese reports have suggested his agent is in the country to speak with Porto.
Rangers have already signed midfielder Nnamdi Ofoborh and striker Fashion Sakala this summer as they gear up for a tilt at the Champions League group stage.
Gerrard's side must progress through two qualifying rounds to reach Europe's top table.