ABERDEEN midfielder Lewis Ferguson could be a shock target for Rangers in the January transfer window.
Ibrox boss Steven Gerrard is bracing himself for for big-money offers for Glen Kamara, according to a report on the Scottish Sun.
And Ferguson — son of ex-Gers star Derek and nephew of former skipper Barry — has been targeted as a possible replacement the Finland international who cost a bargain £50,000 from Dundee in January.
New sporting director Ross Wilson has apparently already identified the 20-year-old former Hamilton Accies midfield man who is under contract with the Dons until the summer of 2024 after penning a new deal earlier this year.
Kamara, who started his career at Arsenal, has a deal at Ibrox until 2023 and the club would demand a heavy transfer fee to allow him to move.
Brighton, Fulham and Leeds United had representatives at Ibrox last week to see the player shine in the 2-0 Europa League win over Porto.
Scotland Under-21 ace Ferguson joined the Pittodrie outfit for £220,000 from Accies 18 months ago and Dons gaffer Derek McInnes will not welcome any bids for the youngster at the turn of the year.