Rangers fans in the Transfer Tavern will be expecting the club to bring a number of names to Ibrox this summer, and could be set to welcome one man back to Glasgow ten years after leaving the club.
New manager Steven Gerrard and director of football Mark Allen have been working hard behind the scenes to bring a number of players to the club this summer, in order to strengthen them and make them a competitive side next season.
And, according to reports in The Birmingham Mail, the duo could be interested in trying to bring Alan Hutton back to Ibrox after a decade away from the club.
The Aston Villa defender could be one of a host of names to leave the Villans this summer as they face financial troubles, and a Rangers return is reportedly a possibility for the 33-year-old.
Hutton made over 100 appearances for the Gers before leaving for Tottenham Hotspur back in 2008, and could be another addition that Gerrard could make to his side for a small cut-price fee as he seeks the reinforcements that can help his team bridge the gap to dominant Celtic next time round.
Landlord’s Verdict: The Rangers fans in the Tavern would welcome Hutton back instantly after his time in England with Spurs and Villa, and would certainly help the Light Blues’ cause of trying to compete with Celtic.
The defender has a wealth of experience that he can also pass down to the academy players in the future, and would help to give the Gers an attacking presence down the wing after an impressive campaign at Villa Park this time round.
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