Rangers have made a strong start to their league and Europa League campaign, leading many to thank Steven Gerrard for the quick turnaround he has helped the club achieve.
The Gers are a lot stronger defensively and now have a number of reliable goal sources that could see them endure a good campaign.
Nevertheless, Gerrard wants more as The Scottish Sun are reporting that former Rangers youngster Billy Gilmour is eyeing a loan move away from Stamford Bridge, with Rangers extremely interested.
Having let him go to Chelsea, bringing him back on-loan could be a great deal for the club but what could it mean for others…
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The former Liverpool youngster hasn’t quite been at his best this season and has made one league appearance because of it. If he had any hopes of keeping his place within the team, they would be consequently dashed by the arrival of the Chelsea boy.
Despite being just 17-years-old, Billy Gilmour has the ability to be a star in this current Rangers team and that could see Steven Gerrard experiment with the Chelsea youngster straight away.
Steven Gerrard ecstatic to see his options bolstered
The Liverpool and England legend has quickly adapted to life as a manager and his Rangers team is really starting to take shape.
With a youngster as good as Billy Gilmour in and around the set-up as well, Rangers could quickly see even more improvements on the pitch that lead to the Gers becoming bigger and better.