Rangers fans here in the Tavern are hoping that Steven Gerrard can bring success to Ibrox during his first season in charge. Although, the former Liverpool legend will only be able to secure silverware if he manages to hold onto the club’s star players.
The Bluenoses had a season to forget last time out as they didn’t manage to ensure consistency and were completely dominated by bitter rivals Celtic.
Although, with Steven Gerrard at the helm things are already looking up for the Glasgow side as he continues to bring in fresh faces. But, bringing in fresh faces could force a couple of players into looking for a move away, with a number of clubs already interested in luring some of Rangers’ star men away from Ibrox.
So, things could take a turn for the worse if Steven Gerrard doesn’t manage to keep his rather impressive Rangers squad together before the start of the next campaign.
With that in mind, surely Gerrard is fearful this Rangers duo will leave the Ibrox soon…
Alfredo Morelos continues to lean towards an Ibrox exit as Turkish club Fenerbahce are reportedly looking to seal a deal for the South American striker.
The Colombian was one of the standout performers for Rangers last season, scoring 18 goals and assisting his teammates eight times.
Of course, Morelos is the last player that Gerrard would want to lose as he heads into his first season in charge at Ibrox, as the centre forward would no doubt play a huge part in his plans.
Josh Windass established himself as one of the most influential figures on the field for Rangers last season as he netted 18 times and produced seven assists.
However, the 24-year-old is the subject of interest from the Premier League as Cardiff City are looking to lure the attacking midfielder away from Ibrox.
Many of our local residents are extremely fearful that they will have to say goodbye to the Englishman this summer after witnessing his pure brilliance in the last campaign. Indeed, keeping Windass at the club could be the difference between challenging for the title and missing out on a European place.