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Potential consequences of Rangers signing Adam Buksa

Potential consequences of Rangers signing Adam Buksa - Rangers

Rangers fans will be proud of their side’s performance against bitter rivals Celtic in the recent Old Firm clash, as they battled until the end and almost secured a point.

Of course, the one man who fans are getting impatient with is Alfredo Morelos as his rash decision-making is starting to let the side down, with Sunday’s dismissal taking his tally to five red cards for the season.

Although, it appears as if the Bluenoses have a striker on their radar ahead of the summer, as according to Football Insider, Rangers have jetted out on a mission to assess┬áPogon Szczecin’s Adam Buksa.

With that in mind, here are the potential consequences of signing the forward…


Alfredo Morelos could soon become a villain if he doesn’t sort himself out in the near future as his short temper on the field is starting to have a negative impact on Rangers’ season.

Indeed, some fans may want to see the back of the South American in the summer as he’s so unpredictable.

Therefore, Buksa could be the man to replace Morelos in the summer if anything negative happens from here on in or if Gerrard decides enough is enough.


Rangers fans surely must be anxious to see Morelos take to the field knowing that he could cost their side the game with one stupid decision. The Light Blues won’t be able to progress with the constant fear of a player letting the side down and it’s safe to say the Light Blues could receive a hefty fee for his services in the summer.

Buksa joining would allow Rangers to sell the striker as he’d provide appropriate cover having produced nine goals this season, which would come as a big relief for supporters.

Rangers fans, do you think Buksa is good enough to replace Morelos? Join the discussion by commenting down below!

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