Rangers Technical Director Mark Allen has claimed that the Joe Aribo deal shows just how big a pull moving to Ibrox is.
The Ibrox club reportedly beat off a whole host of competition to make the signing [Scottish Sun], with teams across Europe and in the Premier League said to be interested.
And after the transfer was finalised and Aribo joined Rangers in Portugal, Allen hinted that the summer’s transfer dealings aren’t done yet.

“In terms of Rangers’ pulling power, the proof is in the pudding when a player like that signs on the dotted line,” Allen told the Daily Record.
“We’re under no illusions about the level of this club. With the exposure, 50,000 fans every other week, this club is massive.
“When you look under the skin and see what it’s all about, it becomes a much easier decision for players to make.
“I’m pleased to say that it’s gone well so far.
“How many more do we want? I’ve always said we’ll never say that we’re done until the window is closed.
“We’re satisfied with what we’ve done to date – let’s just see what else happens.”

The Rangers recruitment team have been hard at work this season. (Photo by Vagelis Georgariou/Action Plus via Getty Images)
Technical Director Allen is clearly satisfied with the work that Rangers have done so far, with the signing of Joe Aribo perhaps standing as the club’s highest-profile move this summer.
But whilst Allen hints at the possibility of more signings, Gers boss Steven Gerrard has said that he would be quite happy if the club only made one more signing in the window [Evening Times].
Are Allen’s comments a hint that Rangers still have their eye on a few players in the transfer window?
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