Glasgow Rangers manager Steven Gerrard has said that he wants to add another midfielder to his squad.
So far, the Gers have failed to do so, but that does not mean they have not been linked with a number of players. The Ibrox outfit were said to be heavily interested in Bongani Zungu, but that now appears to have died down, whilst they have also been said to be in pursuit of the likes of John Lundstram and Daler Kuzyaev (Russian report via The Herald).
Now, another name has been been mentioned – the Gers are said to be eyeing Genk midfielder Patrik Hrosovsky. The £3.6m-valued 28-year-old (as per Transfermarkt) – a former team-mate of Ianis Hagi – made 27 appearances in all competitions for the Belgian outfit last term, and the Gers are said to be interested in signing him on loan. Genk, though only want to sell him permanently, and are looking for a fee of £3.55m.
Would you like to sign Hrosovsky?
The speculation has attracted the attention of the Gers supporters, and it seems they would love to sign him – he fits the bill of what they need, and has performed at a Champions League level, even scoring against Real Madrid.
They have taken to Twitter to share their thoughts, and you can see some of the best comments from the social media platform below.
Worth signing him just to hear McCoist try to pronounce his name imo.
— Iain (@CemetryGates89) September 3, 2020
— RoyalNavy2704⚓ (@unbawmcgaw) September 3, 2020
Thought when we were linked to Patrik Hrošovský earlier in the summer he sounded like a pretty significant upgrade to the midfield. Hopefully there is some truth to it.
— Euan (@euangtaylor) September 3, 2020
Hrosovsky would be a great signing. Exactly what we need in midfield.
— ERFC (@CapitalCityBear) September 3, 2020
Still a better league than the Scottish league, so he would stroll it up here
— Robert – w.a.t.p (@rangerslad1983) September 3, 2020
Rumours suggesting we’re back in for Hrošovský, I’d be very happy with that
— The_Roofe_🔥 (@Pena_Cartel) September 3, 2020
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