Latest News

Rangers see Curtis Tilt as viable alternative

Rangers see Curtis Tilt as viable alternative

Rangers will be looking ahead to their upcoming Europa League second-leg tie with FK Shukpi on Tuesday and will be confident of progressing to the next round.

The Light Blues hold a two-goal lead over the Macedonian minnows and look in pole position to qualify for the next round of the competition.

Steven Gerrard was not best pleased with his team’s performance, stating that it was satisfactory, and will want to see them improve on the field.

The former Liverpool star has been busy adding a number of players to his new look Ibrox squad, however, it appears that he still has a number of targets on his radar.

According to a report in The Scottish Sun, Gerrard is considering a swoop for Blackpool’s Curtis Tilt should they fail to land Millwall’s Jake Cooper this summer.

The Tangerines are thought to want around £1million for their 26-year-old, whilst it is understood that Rangers have already made a £3m offer for the Lions’ ace.

The Verdict:

Tilt has proven to be a good defender for Blackpool and would enable Rangers to have a physical presence at the back.

A £1m fee would be considered a bargain for the Light Blues to pay for Tilt, although the amount of interest in the centre-back could prove to be a difficult problem for Gerrard to convince him to join him at Ibrox.

Rangers fans – thoughts?

To Top