Former England striker Robbie Fowler would welcome an approach from Rangers, according to a report in The Herald.
Fowler started his career with Liverpool in 1993
An unnamed representative of the 32-year-old free agent told the newspaper: "Robbie wants to play for Rangers. It would be ideal for him.
"He wants to come and add medals to his collection. It would be a major boost for the fans.
"He could score the goals that would qualify them for the Champions League. The signing would pay for itself."
Fowler, who has also been linked with Celtic and a move to the US, is looking for a new club, having been released by Liverpool.
The striker returned for a second spell at Anfield in January 2006 and scored 12 goals despite his limited appearances over the last season-and-a-half.
He made his Liverpool debut as an 18-year-old in 1993, scoring 171 goals in 330 games before joining Leeds for £11m in 2001 and then Manchester City for £6m in 2003.