Steven Gerrard has wasted little time in the transfer market since taking the reins at Ibrox at the end of May, making no less than 10 signings, with Kyle Lafferty another potential incoming as reported by the Daily Record.

The Liverpool legend is determined to put his own stamp on the club, and it would appear he is hell bent on challenging bitter rivals Celtic for the Scottish Premiership title.

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As expected, the 38-year-old went sniffing around his old club Liverpool as he searched for players who could aid him in his quest to overthrow Celtic, and successfully signed Ryan Kent and Ovie Ojaria, but which players might the former England captain target in future windows?

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Marko Grujic

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The Serbia international has not been allowed much time to shine at Anfield by Jurgen Klopp since his move from Red Star Belgrade in 2016 and, with the increasing amount of midfield options at the German’s disposal, it would be unsurprising to see him wanting a move away. He could be a significant upgrade for Rangers in due course.

Dominic Solanke

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Rangers are in need of another striker at the moment, and perhaps they could turn to Solanke if they fail in their pursuit of Lafferty.

Roberto Firmino and Daniel Sturridge are both ahead of him in the pecking order at Anfield, and Gerrard could take him under his wing at Ibrox.

 

Pedro Chirivella

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The Spaniard admires Gerrard and the 21-year-old is yet to be handed a chance by Klopp at Anfield. He is a talented young play-maker from deep, and Gerrard would certainly be able to teach him a thing or two about mastering that particular role.

Conor Masterson

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Masterson is a ball-playing centre-back from the Republic of Ireland and has been managed by Gerrard before, as well as playing for the U19s in the UEFA Youth League. Rangers need defensive cover and Masterson could be a real gem.

He needs game time and Gerrard knows him well so a bid in the next couple of years may not come as a surprise.

Rhian Brewster

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Brewster is a supremely talented young striker, but Klopp will have to see how he fares in the first-team following the surgery to his ankle.

The best thing for him might be to go out on loan in January, and Gerrard may see him as a good option to link up with Kent and Ojaria at Rangers.

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