Rangers are continuing to make their interest in Jake Cooper known by tabling a new bid for the Millwall defender.
The former England Under 20 centre half has been at The Den outfit since last year, joining on loan before going on to make a permanent move to the club last summer.
He actually signed a three-year deal after helping Neil Harris’ men to promotion to the English Championship.
And it’s a sign of how well Cooper has played that Rangers seem so keen to sign him on a permanent basis this summer.
According to numerous reports, the Ibrox club have already made approaches to Millwall for the player, with those having so far been rejected.
But now a new £3million offer has been made, according to thescottishsun.co.uk, and that may be too much for The Lions to knock back.
Steven Gerrard has already added centre backs Nikola Katic and Connor Goldson this summer, while Fabio Cardoso and Ross McCrorie are still at the club.
However, signing Cooper gives Rangers more depth at centre half and that should bode well for them going into what should be another tough season.