Sunday, 31 May 2015

Vuckic & Ferguson to become permanent



Rangers’ rebuilding job may have already begun in earnest for next season with the news that Shane Ferguson & Haris Vuckic are set to be released by Newcastle, leaving them free to join Rangers permanently.

Vuckic has been a revelation at Ibrox, becoming the second-top scorer in only four months, and getting some vital goals at crucial moments. His fee was set to be around £1M but it appears Newcastle will gift him away instead as a free transfer this summer, with Rangers being the prime destination.

Ferguson had been completely out of commission till his extremely energetic cameo off the bench on Thursday, and the Northern Ireland international would, like his Slovenian counterpart, come at no cost beyond wages, and his arrival would certainly be a boost.

Gael Bigirimana is also set to be freed by the Geordies but Rangers are certain not to take him on given his health problems.

18 comments:

  1. Its fun speculating about potential signings and we are fortunate that we are once again able to chat about football matters. However, appointing the correct manager will be the catalyst for successful recruitment and development of players. Appointment so crucial to our future. I will be very interested to view our progress throughout the summer if we can secure a multi-faceted, capable manager.

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  2. I would take Streete, who has already been released, as well. There should be no delay in signing Ferguson and Vuckic as well if they are available. We must not let anyone else come in and sign these players!

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    1. On what basis would you take Streete Tom?

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  3. is this ashley trying to make us think hes a good guy,,

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  4. Err.. They both have a year left on their contracts. Newcastle have already announced who they are freeing at the end if the season.

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  5. Rumour mill goes into production, cant see Vuckic staying if other teams come in for him and Ferguson hasn't shown me he is worth anything yet

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  6. will they come to this shite ???? who gets the blame for this ?? wee ally ??? iv watched rangers for 56 years and this is pure shite,,,

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  7. will they come to this shite,,,,,, ???

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  8. Mohsni that's the best thing you've done since you signed for us ya fecking banger

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  9. If hes a free transfer then rangers can forget it,,,if he.s back in scotland it will be with celtic,,they,ve been keeping an eye on him i believe,,

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  10. We lost the battle but the war goes on

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  11. If I had been Mohsni , I would have kicked that Motherwell A hole up the arse too

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  12. Rangers should sign Steven Taylor from Newcastle so underrated and only 30 and available for nothing oh and mshnio has no worries just heard Frank wardens signed him up

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  13. Get rid of the fuckin lot were RANGERS not fuckin Berwick rangers despite whats happened over the last 3 years.
    TIME 2 THINK BIG.

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  14. Why they would sign to play in the championship is beyond me.

    I would take them but only if their wages were realistic. Both are young enough with potential to increase their value.

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  15. You're so called journey goes on and on and on!!!!!!!!! Get the picture lads

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    1. watp,,,,dont ever forget that,,

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