Liverpool signed Solanke from Chelsea back in the summer of 2017, with many hopeful the youngster could become an Anfield hit.
However, with the Reds soaring towards the Premier League title, the striker has barely got a look-in with Mohamed Salah, Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino all guaranteed starters.
Liverpool are prepared to let Solanke go out on loan this January in order to aid the 21-year-old’s development.
And, as a result, Rangers, Crystal Palace and Watford have all emerged as potential suitors.
Rangers boss Steven Gerrard is hoping his Liverpool connections can help get a deal done.
But The Sun say he – along with Watford – are primed to miss out.
It is said he is ready to say yes to a move to Crystal Palace instead, because he wants to return to Liverpool at the end of the season.
Brighton – along with Watford and Bournemouth – want to take him permanently.
And, though Rangers are open to a loan deal, Solanke wants to prove himself in the Premier League.
Sky Sports presenter Andy Walker, though, has given Rangers hope of a deal.
He feels Rangers may be able to tempt the Liverpool star to Scotland – because they could guarantee him regular game time.
“I think what Steven Gerrard, as Brendan Rodgers will be doing, is looking for is some serious strengthening up front,” he said.
“I do wonder – and you hear this all the time – that possibly Dominic Solanke from Liverpool and there might be a bit of movement there.
“You just wonder if he might fancy a stint in Scotland where he undoubtedly play every week.
”I think they are lacking in the defensive area and, a bit like Celtic, I think the priority has got to be up top.
“Alfredo Morelos is top scorer and when he retains his composure and when he’s got a bit of temperament, when he can control his emotions, he has a big effect on any game he plays for Rangers.
“But his disciplinary record is poor and I think Kyle Lafferty coming in hasn’t really risen to the challenge as yet.”