Rangers have accepted a loan-to-buy offer from Aberdeen for Ross McCrorie.
The Dons are in the final stages of completing a deal for the Light Blues academy product, 22, as they look to beat Hibernian to his signature.
Ibrox sources have told Football Insider that Rangers and Aberdeen have agreed a deal in which McCrorie will initially join on loan with a view to a permanent transfer for a set six-figure sum.
He was due to undergo an Aberdeen medical this morning after being granted permission to discuss personal terms.
It could mean he has played his last match for Rangers despite being previously hailed as a “future captain” of the club by manager Steven Gerrard as well as a potential star of the Scotland national team.
Ex-Rangers managers Graeme Murty and Pedro Caixinha also raved about the potential of the Scotland Under-21 cap.