Rangers fans here in the Tavern will want to see major improvements under Steven Gerrard after struggling for consistency throughout the last campaign. Although, he will still need to bring in a couple more players, with a strong start to his managerial career at Ibrox a must.
The Bluenoses will want to compete at the top next season after failing to match the talents of bitter rivals Celtic throughout the last campaign. But, there’re still a number of improvements to be had with plenty of spaces to fill in the current squad.
Interestingly, the month of July could be one of the best yet for Rangers, with transfer moves and a successful start to life in Europe going a long way towards pleasing supporters.
It’s important that Steven Gerrard can get his players to gel together having brought in a number of fresh faces, with aims of securing silverware in the next campaign.
So, here’s TWO things that would send supporters into a frenzy…
Danny Ings has been linked with a move to Rangers in recent times as he goes on in search of regular first-team football, having struggled to get a run in at Anfield.
Steven Gerrard has plenty of contacts at Liverpool having established himself as a club legend on Merseyside, which means that they may be able to lure Ings to Ibrox with ease.
The Bluenoses are desperate for a striker with Alfredo Morelos being the only real attacking threat at their disposal. And, it’s fair to say that the former Burnley striker would be the perfect partner for the South American, with a July swoop possibly helping Gerrard secure his first managerial trophy.
Gerrard enjoys incredible managerial start
Rangers are currently gearing up for their two Europa League qualifying games against Macedonian side Shkupi, which will provide Gerrard with his first real competitive test as Rangers boss.
It’s vital that the Liverpool legend enjoys a strong start to his managerial career as this will set them up nicely for the start of the domestic campaign and will get supporters on board.
So, perhaps fans will come to witness one of the best months in the club’s history after failing to make it into the group stages last season.