Rangers' hopes of signing Jeremy Clement from Lyon have hit a snag after the player admitted he was uncertain of his next move.
The 21-year-old midfielder will leave the French club this summer and has attracted the attention of former head coach, Paul Le Guen, who is now the Ibrox boss.
But, with Paris St Germain and St Etienne also strongly linked with the player, Clement insists his future is still undecided.
He told the Scottish Daily Mail: 'The only thing that seems certain about my transfer at the moment is I will be leaving Lyon. After that, I don't know where I will be next season.
'As soon as Lyon accept bids for me, I will have a big decision to make and I genuinely don't yet know what I am going to do.
'I have the chance to go to Paris, St Etienne or a few other French clubs. I could also go to Rangers to play for the man who gave me my professional debut.
'They are a huge club with great supporters and, under Paul Le Guen, they will have ambitions to win the league and make an impact on the UEFA Cup.
'But PSG and St Etienne are also big clubs and the question for me is `Do I want to leave France and go to Scotland at this stage of my career?' I really do not know the answer yet.'
Meanwhile, former Denmark international Jorgen Nielsen claims the Glasgow club are interested in his son, Morten, who is a 16-year-old striker with FC Copenhagen.
Nielsen senior, who represents his son, told the Scottish Daily Express: 'Rangers have made us an offer and want us to come across to visit Glasgow and the stadium.'