Its odds on Rangers tough tackling midfielder Kevin Thompson, will sign for Middlesbrough after having a medical.
The 25 year old Scottish international, who has played over 100 games for the Gers, will no doubt link up with Bailey and Robson in midfield.
His arrival could see the departure of Gary Oneil.
Thompson is a similar player to my old team mate Gary Hamilton, a no nonsense, tough tackling, ball winner, who will be the anchor man, protecting the back line.
My only doubt about Thompsons arrival is his mindset. Does he really want to be here?
In Tuesdays Scottish Sun, he was quoted as saying, he wants to sign a new deal for the Gers. He continued by saying they are the best club in the world and he hopes that the banks are not going to force the situation and tell him he has to move on.
He finished off by saying the grass is not always greener on the other side. The grass might not be greener in Teesside, but the financial rewards will be greater.
This time next year Thompson could be playing in the premier league in England, as opposed to the micky mouse league in Scotland.
On the subject of Thompson a Rangers fan came on the legends radio show last week, saying there is no way Thompson will sign for Boro, he would cost you at least £5 million. I replied by telling him we had just taken Rangers record top scorer for nothing, how can you justify £5 million for a tough tackling midfielder.
I am delighted that Boro have signed him for about £2 million.
Boro finally completed the signing of Celtic center half Stephen McMannus, for £1.5 million.
The player who will be delighted the most and will benefit the most by this signing is David Wheater, I am sure both of them can form a formidable partnership, they have got a chance to blossom, as McMannus has signed a three year contract.