Rangers didn’t address the exits of Ryan Kent and Fashion Sakala, Micahel Beale knows this but an affordable option may just have landed in his lap in Anwar El Ghazi.

The 28-year old winger has just been released by PSV Eindhoven and is available for free, now.

Opportunities like this don’t come along often and Rangers should be approaching Anwar El Ghazi to fill a problem position and add pace, creativity and goals to a struggling attack.

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Fabrizio Romano has claimed that there are offers on the table for him already and it’s hardly a surprise.

Why Rangers should be making Anwar El Ghazi move

In the Eredivisie, he has a respectable goal contribution every two games and has also played in the Premier League, Ligue 1, the Europa League and the Champions League.

A high quality winger who can play on either flank, can score goals with either foot and, at 6ft 3inches tall, is also good in the air.

At PSV, El Ghazi was on a reported £28,000 per week, similar to Ryan Kent and a bit more than Fashion Sakala, however, he would be worth that or more as a player expected to start every game.

Scott Wright and Rabbi Matondo aren’t fancied, Abdallah Sima is only at Rangers on loan from Brighton and this is a great chance for Rangers to sign a top player for Scottish football without breaking the bank.

There must be a catch, right?

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According to Transfermarkt he’s missed less than 30 games through injury since 2014 with no major issues and only the odd niggle causing him problems.

He spent a season at PSV after joining last summer from Aston Villa with nine goals and two assists in 33 games, his contract terminated by mutual consent and being wished well by the club on his departure.

El Ghazi employs his own fitness trainer, osteopath, nutritionist and a mind coach, the more you read, the more you wonder why Rangers haven’t signed him already.