Rangers have had a great start to life with Steven Gerrard and their future now looks a lot brighter.
The Gers have the making of a great team and with the management of the Liverpool legend, there is no reason as to why they couldn’t challenge for the Scottish Premiership this season.
Although their squad is the best it’s been in a long while, Rangers do need to eye improvements in the January transfer window.
According to the Scottish Express and again relayed by HITC, Rangers are planning a move for ex-Ger Steven Davis. Having left the club in 2012, the 33-year-old has been at the top of his game with established Premier League side Southampton.
With a re-union being rumoured for a long time now, what could a move back to Ibrox mean for the current Rangers midfielders…
Ovie Ejaria replacement
The Liverpool loanee has already made 18 appearances this season but the experienced Steven Davis could put an end to his run in the side.
Truthfully, all that matters is that Rangers have a far superior squad and they will do if they add the Southampton man to their squad as well. Ejaria’s loan spell though could be under threat and despite making a strong start to life at Ibrox, an emotional return will see Steven Davis reclaim his spot in the starting line-up.
Jordan Rossiter further down the pecking order
Another ex-Liverpool midfielder could suffer the consequences of another quality central-midfielder arriving and his one appearance this season will probably stay like that.
Rossiter’s future at the club looks more in doubt every game that passes and he definitely would find himself further down the pecking order if Steven Davis returns.Like what the TT have on offer? Sign up for more notifications!