Rangers planning three-player SPL swoop in January: reports


With the news that Louis Moult and Jamie Walker remain heavily on Rangers’ radar for a pre-contract come January, today reports have broken that manager Pedro Caixinha is continuing to monitor Aberdeen star Kenny McLean and may try to snap him up on a winter deal too.

All three are out of contract come next summer and as a three-player clutch, a great many fans would be delighted with the trio arriving next summer all at no cost whatsoever.

Negotiations are said to be ongoing between McLean and Aberdeen regarding a new deal, but with Rangers’ interest evident for all to see, his failure to sign one would be a big signal that he is ready to sit his contract out and make the switch next summer.

With doubts about Carlos Pena’s long-term chances of settling at Ibrox, should the Mexican fail do so, McLean would be a natural choice for that position, and even if the Mexican does get to grips with the SPL, the Aberdeen mid would nevertheless be a fine addition to the squad and would enhance its quality considerably.

Motherwell’s Louis Moult (who is seen as a pseudo-replacement for Kenny Miller) and Hearts’ Jamie Walker continue to sit on standby as well, and come January, Rangers could well secure three new additions for the summer before the window even opens.

Here is hoping.


  1. Would defo take mclean and walker as for moult nah no for me honestly don't see him being any better than garner' feel mclean walker would be good additions to the team/squad as miller krancjars contracts up at end of season and surely won't get renewed

  2. hope we get mclean and walker better players than moult am sure we could get as for miller would hope he would stay and fit in tae some sort a role with the unders think he could do well with the youngsters

  3. I think Dalcio needs to be closely evaluated, even more than Pena, but the duo should pack their bags by January if they show nil signs of improving.Remember,guys,we can shout "Sign,sign" all day.but let's keep an eye on the black and red columns in the Ibrox Ledger..

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