The Rangers fans in the Transfer Tavern are desperately hoping Pedro Caixinha’s overhaul at Ibrox works as they look to close the gap on bitter rivals Celtic.
Indeed, it was a difficult campaign back in the big time last term, though our resident Gers are placing their hope in the Portuguese, despite the disappointing manner in which they exited European competition.
So, ready to keep supporting the transfer decisions, a report from Football Insider has proven rather interesting. They claim former Ibrox chief Mark Warburton is aiming to raid his former employers again this summer as he chases Wes Foderingham.
Now in charge of Nottingham Forest, dear departed ‘Warbs’ has already tempted Barrie McKay south of the border and is now thought to have turned his attention towards the 26-year-old stopper as he looks to improve his options between the sticks.
The player himself is said to be happy in Scotland and currently has two years on his deal, though the Reds boss is believed to be a huge admirer of the custodian, having initially brought him to Glasgow in the summer of 2015.
Caixinha would reportedly be reluctant to lose Foderingham, though the financial power in play at the City Ground could make life difficult.
Obviously, the fact Caixinha hasn’t strengthened between the sticks this summer would suggest he’s happy with the former Swindon Town man, so the idea of losing him now the season has started would be a huge blow.
While he’s not always convinced when collecting crosses, Foderingham is a top shot stopper and a crucial part of the first-team squad.