Rangers fans here in the Tavern are feeling extremely excited ahead of next season, as Steven Gerrard will be looking to bring success and silverware to Ibrox.
Steven Gerrard will be looking to hit the ground running in his first season in charge at Ibrox, with many of our local residents hoping that he can ensure success and help them challenge bitter rivals Celtic.
Although, the summer transfer window will have a huge say on whether the Bluenoses enjoy success next season. Indeed, Rangers have lots to improve on over the course of the summer transfer window, as they failed to ensure defensive solidity at times and struggled to grind out positive results.
So, Dave King will need to force Gerrard to watch the World Cup closely later on this month, as he may be able to lure a couple of international stars to Ibrox to play a big part in the club’s future.
With that in mind, King should be telling Gerrard to scout these TWO World Cup stars…
The central defender struggled to break into the starting lineup at Old Trafford this season, as he continues to be linked with a summer move away.
Rangers struggled to ensure consistency at the back this season, with Bruno Alves being one of the main reasons behind their poor defensive record.
So, Gerrard should look to take Marcos Rojo off the hands of his old rivals, as the 28-year-old has plenty of experience under his belt and has shown that he can deliver world-class performances at one of Europe’s biggest clubs.
Interestingly, the defender managed to make it into Argentina’s 23-man squad for the World Cup later on this month, so Gerrard should keep a close eye on how he performs over the course of the competition.
Ahmed Musa spent the second half of the season on loan at Russian side CSKA Moscow after failing to work his way into Leicester City manager Claude Puel’s plans.
However, he did still manage to make it into Nigeria’s 23-man squad for the World Cup later on this month, so he will be looking to put in a number of accomplished performances to attract the attention of clubs this summer.
There’s no doubt that the forward can be dangerous when he’s on the ball, with his pace, skill and deadly eye for goal making it almost impossible for defenders to bring him to a halt.
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