Rangers fans in the Transfer Tavern will be looking to see what impact new manager Steven Gerrard can have when he takes over as the boss in the summer.
The former Liverpool star was named as the new manager to take over from Graeme Murty at Ibrox, and the locals in the bar will be interested to see who he can convince to join them as they look to challenge Old Firm rivals Celtic.
And, according to The Daily Record, the Englishman has been alerted to the availability of Hibernian’s John McGinn, who has been attracting interest from south of the border.
The midfielder has just one-year left to run on his Easter Road contract, and after a campaign in which he has scored six goals and laid on eight assists for Neil Lennon’s Hibs, it’s no real surprise to see clubs keeping tabs on the 23-year-old.
But whether Gerrard is indeed able to bring the £1.13 million-rated star (as per Transfermarkt) to the Scottish giants this summer remains to be seen.
Landlord’s Verdict: The Rangers fans in the Tavern will be hoping their side can get a deal done for the highly-rated 23-year-old, with him being identified by many clubs as a possible star for the future.
Gerrard is expected to make a number of changes to the side this summer, with a vast amount of departures, yet he will also need to bring in a number of quality players if they are to compete with the Hoops.
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