Rangers have been extremely active in the transfer window this summer as Steven Gerrard continues to improve his new-look side.
The Light Blues are currently in Croatia preparing for their Europa League tie with Osijek and the new manager will be keen for his new additions to make an impression.
The former Liverpool star has already added a number of new players to his side to help give them a chance of being competitive, however, it is understood that he is still in the market to make his squad stronger.
And, according to a report in The Scottish Sun, he could be about to land his 11th signing of the summer. The media outlet claims that Rangers are expected to confirm the arrival of Manchester City defender Kean Bryan.
It has also been suggested that Gerrard had managed to convince the 21-year-old to make the trip north of the border and will sign a three-year deal worth around £2.5million, however, the report does not state how much the Premier League outfit will receive for the youngster.
The defender is highly thought of by Gerrard following his loan spell at Oldham Athletic last season, where he played with the manager’s cousin at the back.
It is thought that Bryan would have been a cheaper alternative to the likes of Jake Cooper and Curtis Tilt and will feel the need that Gerrard has in his backline.
With Nikola Katic and Connor Goldson already in the side, the 21-year-old would fit on the left-hand side of the defence and could become an instant impact at the Light Blues, should he play in a number of games.
Rangers fans – thoughts?