With two signings already secured in January’s transfer window, Mark Warburton’s pre-window proclamation that he was looking for one or two signings this winter may have been a conservative estimate, with at least two more on the horizon to arrive on the Marble Staircase over the next 28 days.
Here is a quick guide to the realistic names linked to Ibrox and who could still yet make their way into Mark Warburton’s plans for the rest of the season.
Dean’s son, Josh has been a stand-out performer for Accrington in England’s League Two, operating from midfield at the Crown Ground and managing a fair few goals in the process. Rumours claim his father, the former Aberdeen star, was seen at Murray Park recently, and the player has rejected a new deal at Stanley. However with Rangers securing Harry Forrester already, the likelihood of bringing in Josh now seems a little more remote. He is not the only Stanley player linked though, for…
The utility man has been long-linked alongside Windass as a double swoop from Accrington by Warbs, capable as he is in a variety of positions, which is the kind of player Rangers’ boss wants. The 21 year old English engine room man is most notable for his defensive preferences, with both defence and defensive midfield known to be his strongest slots, which would solve a big headache, but one also fixed by the arrival of…
This one cropped up in recent days; Falkirk’s stand out performer v Rangers and stand out performer full stop is most definitely in demand, and Rangers are reported to be up against Celtic and Portugal’s Sporting Clube for his signature. He also would not come cheap, but on a free would arrive…
Skonto Riga’s 6ft striker was at Murray Park last month and it is unclear how he did at this point; with fellow trialist Gostomski signing up today it probably does not bode well for the Latvian, but nevertheless he could still find himself at Ibrox.
More names will be linked to Rangers over the coming days and weeks, stay tuned.