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Rangers should turn to Chelsea youngster to bolster goal threat next season

Rangers have endured a miserable campaign on the pitch during 2016/17 and it seems embarrassing to think that Aberdeen have pipped the massive Scottish outfit to second place in the Scottish Premier League.

It hasn’t been much easier for those of a Rangers persuasion here in the Football Transfer Tavern and they have come in for lots of stick and banter from the Celtic supporters this season, much to their dismay.

Next season will undoubtedly see Rangers try and get themselves back on track and boss Pedro Caixinha will naturally look to bolster his squad during the summer months.

One area in which the Rangers boss will probably look to bolster is up front and one man who could be a good addition to the squad is Chelsea youngster Tammy Abraham, with the striker looking certain to spend at least another season away from Stamford Bridge on loan.

The lanky talisman was in fine form during a loan spell with Bristol City during the 2016/17 campaign, netting 23 goals and claiming three assists in a side that struggled throughout the season.

Rangers naturally need to add some firepower to their squad for next season as they look to secure a top two finish and edge ever closer to fierce rivals Celtic who have romped to the title this season.

A cheeky attempt to take Abraham north of the border could be just the tonic for the Rangers fans who won’t relish next season coming round after disappointment this campaign.

A couple of Rangers fans are sat with a pint apiece here in the Tavern and they are of the belief that Abraham would absolutely smash it in the SPL, stating that every attempt should be made to ensure he is signed this summer.

Rangers fans, would you welcome Abraham to the club? Who else should the club sign in the summer? Let us know in the comments below!!!

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