Rangers have always had a history of supplying top class international footballers.
From the Dado Prso’s to the Paul Gascoigne’s, international class and Rangers are two things that have went hand-in-hand for over a century.
In recent years the club has not been able to attract the international talent we might’ve wanted.
But nowadays there’s plenty to get excited about as some of our players showcase their talents on the international stage.
Here’s the eight players who’ll turn out for their respective nations over the next week or so.
Albania – Eros Grezda
Eros Grezda only joined Rangers as the transfer window was slamming shut, so fans have yet to see what the tricky winger can produce.
He’s already had six caps and scored one goal for Albania. The Albanian manager also recently described Grezda as “world class”.
Canada – Scott Arfield
Scott Arfield qualifies for Canada through his Toronto born father and he hasn’t let his old man down, picking up 12 caps for the country.
He’s scored one goal for the North Americans and adds international pedigree to the Rangers squad.
Colombia – Alfredo Morelos
Alfredo Morelos’ Colombia call-up has had fans buzzing for a few weeks. The on-form firebrand is wild, unpredictable and a force to be reckoned with when he’s on form.
A first international cap, and goal, might also add a few digits onto his price tag.
Croatia – Borna Barisic
Borna Barisic has intimated his intention to get more caps under his belt. It’s very encouraging Rangers look like the best place to do it.
With the left back slot up for grabs, Barisic will be looking to make a place in the World Cup Finalists starting XI his own. He has also already been capped three times.
Northern Ireland – Kyle Lafferty & Gareth McAuley
Both Kyle Lafferty and Gareth McAuley will be flying the Rangers flag for Northern Ireland in the next week or so.
There have been plenty of Ulsterman pull on the famous blue jersey of Rangers in the past and we’re sure these two will do us proud once again.
Scotland – Allan McGregor & Ryan Jack
Rangers have been battling for a while to get consistent faces back into the Scotland squad. Even though we’ve traditionally provided the bulk of it.
McGregor is the country’s best keeper by a long way, and Jack is proving himself as an industrious option in midfield. We can expect McGregor to start and to see Jack from the bench.