Rangers go into this weekend’s game needing to take the three points after being held to a 1-1 by Kilmarnock.
Following a run of reasonable form, it hasn’t been the best week for Rangers as Gerrard’s sdie was held to a draw by Spartak Moscow and was also knocked out of the Scottish League Cup by Aberdeen.
Overall, however, The Gers boss has done a fantastic job so far and has managed to make Rangers a legitimate contender in the league again.
Over the summer, Rangers brought a host of new players to try and give Gerrard the best possible club to halt Celtic’s dominance. In January, the club will need to invest again and according to the Belfast Telegraph, Rangers are set to make a January bid for former captain and now Southampton midfielder, Steven Davis.
The Southampton midfielder left Rangers to move to St Mary’s in 2012 following four years in Scotland. Since then he has established himself as one of the more underrated players in the league and has been a key player for Saints over the last few years.
This season, however, the midfielder has found it hard to break into Mark Hughes’s side as he has usually deployed a two-man midfield with Mario Lemina and Oriol Romeu as his chosen pair.
He’s only made one appearance and valued at just £3.6 million, he would represent a cheap piece of business from Gerrard but one that could pay huge dividends in the club’s title challenge.
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