Rangers are thought to be keen on using the January transfer window to add further additions to their squad.
Steven Gerrard was extremely busy in the summer reshaping his team at Ibrox and oversaw a large number of arrivals.
And, according to Scouts in Attendance, it appears as though they have another defender on their radar.
— Scouts in Attendance (@scoutsattending) December 12, 2018
The Twitter account believes Rangers are interested in Vassilis Lambropoulos after being spotted scouting a game between AEK Athens and Panathinaikos last month.
The 28-year-old is thought to be available for a transfer in January as he has been ‘ostracised’ from the Greek club after refusing to commit his future by signing a new deal.
The 28-year-old has appeared twice for the Greece national side and had been a mainstay of the team in previous years.
Rangers appear to be keen on adding to their defensive ranks, with Gerrard not necessarily convinced with the options that he currently has.
Lambropoulos is an experienced player and would go a long way in helping to improve the Light Blues’ backline immediately.
It remains to be seen if Rangers do decide to try and bring the 28-year-old to Ibrox in the winter, or if they decide to look at other options instead.
Rangers fans – thoughts?