After a pretty frustrating start to the season, the Rangers fans in the Transfer Tavern really could do with some cheering up.
Pedro Caixinha’s overhaul is yet to convince those propping up our bar, with the Gers already losing ground on the likes of Celtic, Aberdeen and Hibernian this season.
So, our local Light Blues aren’t quite sure how to take reports from the Scottish Sun.
While the idea of a new signing is always exciting, the ones who’ve arrived thus far haven’t exactly set the world alight thus far at Ibrox. Still, at least it’s something to dream about right now.
Indeed, they claim the Gers are close to landing Manchester City youngster Aaron Nemane on loan for the season. The 19-year-old is a versatile front man, able to operate on the left and right in attack and could reportedly be a Rangers player in time for their weekend clash with Ross County.
Mark Allen, who was appointed director of football at Ibrox recently, is believed to have played a major role in landing the loan deal, having previously worked at City’s academy.
Though Nemane is somewhat of an unknown quantity, the pace he could bring to Rangers’ attack would go some way into improving the mood here in our bar.
If he’s anything like Patrick Roberts, Rangers are in for a treat.