Rangers will be desperate to secure three points against Dundee tomorrow as this would help put them back into a commanding position in the race for the Scottish Premiership title.
The Bluenoses have come on leaps and bounds under Steven Gerrard and appear to be building up ahead of steam at the perfect time, with silverware well within their sights.
However, they suffered a huge setback on the transfer front recently, as according to The Express, Huddersfield Town and Wolverhampton Wanderers are interested in Dominic Solanke.
Rangers have made Dominic Solanke their top target for next month’s January transfer window.
But, the Bluenoses face competition from Premier League sides Wolves and Huddersfield for the Englishman.
Solanke hasn’t played a single minute for Liverpool this season, which immediately opens the door for a January transfer window exit, but Rangers may struggled with Premier League clubs in the race.
Dominic Solanke would be one of the standout performers in the Scottish Premiership if he made the move in January, but with Wolves and Huddersfield interested, it will be very difficult for them to sign him.
Alfredo Morelos has been banging in the goals this season, but the Bluenoses are in desperate need of back-up striker to provide competition and help their Scottish Premiership title push.