As Rangers’ season rolled to an end over the weekend, all the attention is shifting to any transfer news surrounding the club.
There’s been plenty of talk, but so far only three names have signed on the dotted line. Which have been made official at least.
Here’s the latest Rangers transfer news coming out of Ibrox.
This one has been going on for a while. Steven Gerrard suggested the former Birmingham City, Kilmarnock, Aberdeen and Dundee player is someone Rangers admire.
Sky Sports and the Daily Record both claim the deal is already done. But nothing’s over the line, until it’s over the line. His reportedly imminent arrival is splitting fans, but are some supporters being too quick to write Stewart off?
Recently compared to former Oldham star James Tarkowski [Daily Record], Edmundson is highly rated. Rangers have reportedly just had a £450k bid turned down for the player [Daily Mail], but will the club dig a little deeper?
The most concrete talk we’ve had about Turnbull has come from the reliable Four Lads Had a Dream, but there’s been no suggestion we’re in for the player expect from that.
That said, former striker Kris Boyd turned up the interest in the player by saying he’d find turning Rangers down very hard indeed. Motherwell wants a club record fee for Turnbull[BBC Scotland]. Do Rangers think he’s worth it?
Rangers have officially made an offer for Ryan Kent, at least according to Steven Gerrard. The only thing is, it looks like another loan move.
The ball is now well and truly in Liverpool’s court as Rangers try to get another campaign out of the PFA Scotland Young Player of the Year. But with Liverpool reportedly valuing him at £12m [Liverpool Echo], will it depend on bids coming in from elsewhere?