Graham Roberts reckons that former England defender Gary Cahill would be an excellent addition to the Rangers squad.
The 35-year-old is a free agent following the expiration of his contract at Crystal Palace and is currently looking for a new club after rejecting their recent offer.
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And Cahill, who’s made 394 Premier League appearances across spells with Aston Villa, Bolton, Chelsea, and Palace, is on Rangers’ radar according to The Sun, and they are willing to offer him £35,000-per-week.
Steven Gerrard’s side are on the back of their first Scottish Premiership triumph for 10 years, with their title-winning campaign earning them a place in the Champions League.
However, the Gers still must navigate their way through two qualifying rounds – starting with a two-legged tie against Malmo – to reach the group stages.
But the 6 ft 4 Cahill has plenty of experience in the competition and famously won the trophy with Chelsea back in 2012, meaning he would surely be a fantastic asset to Gerrard’s youthful squad.
Roberts exclusively told The Transfer Tavern:
“It would be a good move for him. They need a bit of experience there, he’s a free agent, so to go and play in the Scottish Premiership, he would.
“They have a young side, but if you’ve got an experienced centre-half at the back he could be the orchestrator. I think that would be a great move for him, and he would be great for the squad.”
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