Scottish giants Rangers may have reportedly boosted in their pursuit of Jonson Clarke-Harris; who he is an English professional footballer playing for Championship team Peterborough United.

According to the Daily Record, the Gers have been admirers of him for a long-time and scouted him extensively last campaign.

The 27-year-old is believed to also be interested in securing a move to Rangers.

However, the report suggests that there is a queue of teams that are eyeing the striker Bournemouth, West Brom, Sheffield United and Russian giants CSKA Moscow are some of the teams watching him.

Clarke-Harris fired Peterborough to promote the last campaign from League One. He found back of the net 33 times in 48 appearences across all competition last campaign for them.

Rangers forward Alfredo Morelos, whose future at Ibrox remains up in the air, will leave a big gap in the Rangers team if he leaves in the summer.

The Scottish heavyweights need a new striker if the Colombian goes.

However, they do still have Kemar Roofe, Jermain Defoe and Cedric Itten as centre-forward options, too.

Rangers should only consider ramping up interest if Morelos decides to leave the club this summer.

Meanwhile,Steven Gerrard’s Rangers are keen on signing experienced centre-half Gary Cahill in the summer transfer market, according to The Sun.

The ex-Chelsea central defender is out of contract at the Premier League outfit Crystal Palace.

Gary, who won the UEFA Champions League with the London giants Chelsea back in 2012, is now a free agent, and the Gers want to secure the player’s services.

The Scottish Premiership giants could give the 35-year-old star £35,000-a-week as salary.

The Eagles want the former Bolton Wanderers ace to stay, but their contract proposal is less basic cash with extras for matches.

Gary is 35 now, and it is clear that the Englishman is past his best. However, he could still do a good job in the division, if his game time is managed properly.