Austria Vienna striker Filip Sebo has urged Paul Le Guen to up his offer so he can join him at Ibrox.
The Rangers manager has admitted his interest in the Slovak after watching his side kick-start their pre-season tour of South Africa with a 4-0 victory over Jomo Select.
Rangers have tabled a bid, thought to be in the region of £1.2million, but the Austrians are holding out for more.
Sebo said: 'I want to sign for Rangers but there's just one problem - the clubs cannot agree my transfer fee.
'I know Rangers and Vienna have had meetings but they have not reached an agreement. It is my dream to play for Rangers.'
Trialist Ole Budtz has admitted he wants to follow in the footsteps of fellow Dane Peter Lovenkrands.
The 27-year-old is at Murray Park and hopes to win a deal from Le Guen when he gets back from South Africa.
The striker said: 'My sister is married to Tommy Lovenkrands so I know his brother Peter and how much he loved Rangers.
'He told me how big the club is so now I'd love to follow in his footsteps.
'This is a great chance and I was stunned when my agent said Rangers wanted me on trial.'