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Steven Gerrard hints at news likely to delight Rangers supporters

Rangers fans in the Transfer Tavern will be pleased with what the club has already been able to achieve this summer – however, they look far from finished.

Steven Gerrard was announced as the new manager to take over the Ibrox outfit and is keen to make his side as strong as possible, having signed six players to help them compete with their Old Firm rivals Celtic for domestic honours.

However, it does not look as though Gerrard is happy with the business he has done so far and, according to reports, the 38-year-old has hinted that he could be about to step up his chase for another new addition during the transfer window.

The former Liverpool man has admitted his side still needs a fresh face up front to replace Kenny Miller, who left the club following the end of his contract, telling Clyde Radio: ‘Yes I do, yes. That’s an area we are looking at.

‘When a legend goes out the door, and someone as good as Kenny Miller, whose been a goal scorer throughout his career, it’s a very difficult void to fill. Big shoes to fill. So it’s important that we try to get that one right. It is an area we’re looking at.’

And these comments are sure to intrigue and perhaps delight our resident Gers supporters, what with Gerrard very much seeking to build a squad that could well compete with Brendan Rodgers’ all-conquering Bhoys this season.

Landlord’s Verdict: Rangers fans in the Tavern will be delighted that the club are continuing to look at their recruitment drive, and have highlighted a need for a new striker to arrive at the club as soon as possible.

The locals will be hoping Alfredo Morelos can improve on his impressive debut campaign – however, some will feel that it could have been better following a slight dip in form over the second half of the year.

Rangers fans… what do you make of the news? Let us know!


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