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Rangers: Steven Gerrard must go all in for Adam Lallana

Rangers: Steven Gerrard must go all in for Adam Lallana

When Steven Gerrard was announced as manager of Rangers, many fans expected the Liverpool legend to use his contacts to bring in quality signings, and that’s exactly what has happened.

The former Reds and England midfielder brought in Ryan Kent on-loan, who has been a sensation for the club, as well as Jon Flanagan, who has been a good a squad player for Rangers, and the upcoming summer transfer window could see Gerrard use his influence and reputation to bring in some more quality additions.

This summer could be the perfect opportunity for Gerrard to snipe more good talent from his former side, with many big names expected to leave Liverpool this transfer window as Jurgen Klopp aims to clear out the deadwood of his side, and one of these names could end up in Scotland.

According to the Express at the start of the week, Adam Lallana could be a potential signing for Rangers this summer if the former Southampton captain decides to call time on his career at Liverpool, and even if Gerrard signs the playmaker on loan, it would be a great deal for the Gers.

Lallana, who joined Liverpool in 2014 for a reported £25 million, would add quality to the Rangers midfield that will elevate the club to new levels in both the Scottish Premiership and in Europe.

The 31-year-old midfielder has proven to be a productive player when given the chance to play consistently in the starting XI, and implemented into Gerrard’s 4-3-3 formation could result in an increase in goals and assists from the midfield.

Gerrard’s smarts in the transfer market will be what takes Rangers to the next level next season, and Lallana will be a testament to that statement if the club are able to court the Liverpool man.

Rangers fans, would Lallana be a good signing this summer? Let us know!

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