Rangers fans here in the Tavern will desperate for their side challenge for the Scottish Premiership title next season, with European glory also being craved by supporters.
Indeed, the Bluenoses will be looking for nothing less than success next season with Steven Gerrard in charge, as he will be hoping that he can hit the ground running in his first managerial job above youth level.
It’s fair to say that Rangers need to improve in almost all departments after a rather sloppy campaign, with the summer transfer window allowing Gerrard to bring in the players that he thinks can get the job done.
Interestingly, a striker, central midfielder and a central defender are all needed at Ibrox this summer, as the likes of Alfredo Morelos, Andy Halliday and Bruno Alves all struggled for consistency at times.
So without further ado, Rangers must complete these TWO transfer deals before the end of June…
Dominic Solanke is very much a member of Jurgen Klopp’s first-team squad at Anfield, but he could definitely benefit from a loan move away this summer after struggling for game time this season.
Indeed, a year out on loan at Rangers would work wonders for his confidence and ability, with the Bluenoses benefiting from his progress over the course of his potential loan spell at Ibrox.
And, having scored his first goal for Liverpool in the Premier League this season, it’s clear to see that the quality is there but it just needs to be unlocked by Liverpool legend Steven Gerrard if he makes the move.
John Terry has experience and the ability to improve the Rangers defence next season and he has played with Steven Gerrard on a number of occasions with the England national team.
The 37-year-old was one of Aston Villa’s star performers this season and helped them reach the Championship play-off final by delivering a number of world-class performances at the back.
Indeed, after hearing news that the Chelsea legend won’t be returning to Villa Park next season, perhaps he would enjoy a move to Rangers to work with Steven Gerrard and to play European football.
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