Frustrated at seeing Celtic lift the Scottish Premiership once again, Steven Gerrard and Rangers seem intent on coming back with a vengeance.
One of the ways they can do that is by bolstering their attack, and they have a number of people on their list, including Andreas Skov Olsen, currently at Bologna.
At 20 years of age, the Dane is still making his way through the ranks at the Serie A side, appearing 26 times for the club over the course of the season, with most of them coming from the bench.
He might have only scored one goal, but the forward has caught the eye with some of his performances, to the point where Rangers took notice.
However, following the signing of Ianis Hagi and other needs elsewhere, it appears they weren’t prepared to spend money on a player who cost Bologna £5.4m last summer.
According to Gazzetta dello Sport, when the Ibrox club came knocking, they made an offer ‘initially on loan’.
That is a formula Bologna ‘neglects’, after Walter Sabatini, their director of football, said: “If one of Baldursson, Skov Olsen or Svanberg are to leave, it won’t happen on loan, and above all with an offer you can’t refuse”.
Copenhagen are providing competition for Rangers here, with both now firmly warned they will need to cough up cash if they want the winger.