Dundee are keen to bring striker Kenny Miller to the club – but face plenty of competition for the veteran’s signature.
Thirty-eight-year-old Miller, who played 69 times for Scotland, left Rangers at the end of the season and a number of clubs are keen to land him with the Dark Blues believed to be among them.
Aberdeen, however, are in pole position after Miller reportedly met Dons boss Derek McInnes in Florida.
No formal offer has been made, however, alerting the Dark Blues to the possibility of bringing him to the Kilmac Stadium.
Motherwell and Hibs are keen, too, however, and Miller has also expressed interest in the vacant manager’s job at Livingston.
Miller, though, won’t be making a decision on his future until he returns from holiday.
The former Celtic, Hibs and Derby man left Ibrox under a cloud. He was fined by the club along with Lee Wallace after a dressing-room bust-up in the wake of the Gers’ Scottish Cup defeat to Celtic and hasn’t played since.