Rangers will be preparing for their upcoming Scottish Premiership season, however, they will have a tough contest with Osijek to overcome first if they are to progress to the next round of the Europa League.
If the Light Blues were to navigate their Croatian opponents, they could then have to compete against Maribor for a place in the group stages of the competition, having already overcome FK Shkupi.
Steven Gerrard highlighted his side’s performance in the second leg of the tie against the Macedonian outfit for their poor attacking display and their inability to finish off the opportunities they had.
And, despite having already made a number of additions to his Ibrox squad, it looks as though he will delve into the transfer market once again.
According to a report in the Daily Record, Gerrard is keen on adding another striker to his team ahead of the Scottish Premiership season to ensure the chances that they make are taken as much as possible.
Rangers have managed to add Umar Sadiq from AS Roma on a season-long loan deal and despite having managed to keep Alfredo Morelos at Ibrox for the time being, they do not have any other attacking options.
The likes of Carlos Pena and Eduardo Herrera have already left the Light Blues after flopping during their first season, leaving Gerrard to look at the transfer market for new recruits.
The former Liverpool star could look to his former club and try and bring Dominic Solanke to Glasgow on a temporary deal, although it remains to be seen on who he does decide to sign.
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