Former Hearts players Craig Beattie and Ian Black are to train with Rangers this week, STV has learned.
The pair will join up with Ally McCoist’s squad at Murray Park on Tuesday, as the club awaits confirmation it will be granted membership of the Scottish FA to play fixtures.
Black had previously agreed a deal to sign for the club, before the Scottish Football League decided to admit Sevco Scotland Limited into the Third Division for the forthcoming campaign.
The player again stated his desire to play for the club in the bottom tier, if a satisfactory offer was tabled.
Beattie meanwhile is without a club having left Hearts in the summer, winning the Scottish Cup with the Gorgie side during a short-term stay.
The former Celtic man played as a youth player at Ibrox, before going on to play at Parkhead and then West Bromwich Albion, Preston North End, Crystal Palace, Sheffield United, Swansea City and Watford.
A decision is expected shortly from the Scottish FA over whether to transfer Rangers’ membership to Charles Green’s company, with talks ongoing between the two parties.
Rangers are due to face Brechin City this Sunday in a sell-out Ramsdens Cup clash.
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