The Rangers transfer bulletin appears to be getting shorter these days as Rangers home in on their targets.

Over the last week, Rangers have reportedly focused their energies on four players in particular.

This prospective quadruple would theoretically join the four players already signed on at Ibrox.

Steven Gerrard has his eye on a range of targets. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

Steven Gerrard has spoken about the need to add “quality” to Rangers. Are these the additions he’s talking about?

Here’s the latest Rangers transfer bulletin.

Sheyi Ojo is a bear

One of the worst kept secrets of the summer, Sheyi Ojo has signed on the dotted line and is now a Rangers player.

This one was expected to go through, and the club have secured the services of a top Anfield talent for a season. Fans are very excited.

 

Awaiting Joe Aribo confirmation

According to the press, Joe Aribo will be a Rangers player soon enough [Daily Mail, via the Scottish Sun,]. But we all know not to jump the gun (too much) before we get confirmation from the top brass.

An exciting English talent, his signature will be made all the sweeter by the fact he turned down Parkhead for Ibrox.

Joe Aribo is set to snub Celtic for Rangers. (Photo by Leila Coker/MI News/NurPhoto via Getty Images)

All quiet on George Edmundson

Another transfer pursuit which has seemingly rattled on all summer. Rangers have reportedly had two bids rejected for the player [the Herald].

But after Portsmouth reportedly had one of £600k accepted for the centre-back [Daily Record], it could kick Rangers into action. Certainly one to watch.

Oldham’s George Edmundson has been compared to Burnley’s James Tarkowski. (Photo by Eddie Garvey/MI News/NurPhoto via Getty Images)

Announce Ryan Kent

It’s what every Rangers fan wants but unfortunately has not received. Not yet at least.

Rangers remain locked in discussions over the talented winger’s future and are in the driving seat for a loan move [The Scottish Daily Mail (10/6, back page)]. That’s if an English side doesn’t steal in with a £12m bid before then.

Will Ryan Kent get the chance to tear them apart again next season? (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images

 

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