Rangers will be expected to once again see an influx of new players this summer, in the hope of bringing some silverware back to Ibrox.
Steven Gerrard has done exactly that in his first season in charge and with hopes of catching Celtic increasing already, a few top signings maybe all they need.
Ultimately with them being eight points behind Celtic this season, that comes down to not having the quality consistently to see games through as draws have been too frequent.
With that in mind, another striker could be brought in to add even more quality to Rangers’ front-line.
Someone like Derby’s Mason Bennett is a player the Gers should consider because of his quality not being presented because he doesn’t play enough currently.
Bennett, (who is valued at £450k on Transfermarkt) is a player who’s been starved of action this season after Frank Lampard has persisted with using the likes of Jack Marriott and Martyn Waghorn instead.
So much so that Mason Bennett has made just seven starts in the Championship this season and although he has a contract until 2020, the Englishman may leave in search of regular game-time.
In total, the versatile forward has scored once and assisted his team-mates on three occasions this season, which doesn’t prove what a good player he could be.
Still, only at the age of 22, Mason Bennett has plenty of time to find himself another club, get adjusted to life there and then starting banging in the goals again.
He offers something completely different to all their current options and that could work in Mason Bennett’s favour whilst trying to get a move to a club like Rangers.
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