Rangers assistant manager, Gary McAllister, has praised three returning Gers loanees, as quoted by the Daily Record.
The club sent a raft of players away both at the start of the season and in January.
Some of those loanees have little to no chance of making it back at Ibrox.
That’s not the case for everyone, though, and McAllister has suggested there’s a way in for an excellent trio.
Jordan Rossiter, Greg Docherty and Zak Rudden.
“Jordan has done well and we’ve been mightily impressed by Greg,” he said, as quoted by the Daily Record.
“Zak has also been outstanding at Falkirk so they’ll come back into the group in pre-season.”
It will be interesting to see how all three of these players fare next season.
Rossiter’s Gers career looked all but over before his stint at Bury. There, he played week in, week out, helping the Shakers gain promotion and earning big praise from his manager, Ryan Lowe [Scottish Sun].
Docherty played 50 times down at Shrewsbury Town, helping steer his adopted side clear of relegation. The 22-year-old scooped the Player of the Season award at New Meadow [Shropshire Star]. An indication of just how well he did.
Finally, Zak Rudden was a shining light for a poor Falkirk side this season. His goalscoring wasn’t enough to keep the Bairns in the Championship, but 12 strikes and four end of season awards represents impressive work [Scottish Sun].