According to Cambridgeshire Live, Rangers forward Andrew Dallas may be heading out of the club with the striker on trial with Cambridge United ahead of a potential Ibrox departure.
Andrew Dallas, has come up through the Rangers ranks and he has been touted for a bright future having shown some promise with the Scottish Premiership giants.
The 20-year-old spent the second half of previous campaign on loan at Greenock Morton but failed to net in 12 games before returning to Ibrox.
Now though, Andrew Dallas has been spotted playing for Cambridge United in a pre-season match against Leicester City ahead of a possible move.
Cambridge confirmed a trialist was in their starting line-up, and that was Rangers ace as he tries to earn himself a move to Abbey Stadium.
It is unclear whether the attacker would be making a loan or permanent move to the League Two club, but the latter may be on the table.
The Scottish giants have two top senior strikers in Jermain Defoe and Alfredo Morelos while youngsters Nathan Young-Coombes and Zak Rudden appear to be highly-rated.
A loan would still be the better option, but with Andrew Dallas needing to be settled playing time for his career, a permanent also must not be ruled out.
Meanwhile, Rangers face losing Alfredo Morelos in £20 million deal after multiple clubs in Europe have been alerted with his displays under Steven Gerrard and he could leave if that figure is tabled.