Speculation over the futures of three Pedro Caixinha signings
has intensified with claims Mexican striker Eduardo Herrera is on the cusp of a
switch to homeland giants Toluca,
while Portuguese stopper Bruno Alves faces uncertainty with new manager Steven
Gerrard’s non-committal stance over the ex-Zenit man where Fabio Cardoso has similarly been told he won’t play much.
two goals and lots of misguided running around – a player who utterly did not
suit the SPL on any level but certainly didn’t carry himself poorly as a person,
but his cryptic social media message recently did little to dispel the idea his
time in Govan is up.
Cardoso too has struggled after a bright start last season. Pace but no reading of the game, the stopper faded badly and is now entirely expendable.
play a single minute yet, could well be on his way out – Gerrard spoke about
not wanting to get in the way of Alves’ world cup duties with a phone call to
Russia about Rangers, but that really doesn’t bode well for the veteran
defender given a simple ‘I want to keep you’ wouldn’t exactly take too long to
say in between fixtures.
Morelos and Daniel Candeias as the only remaining Caixinha signings – and one
of those was technically a Jonatan Johansson one.
remain completely unknown quantities thanks to injury ravaged seasons, the
latter still technically in rehab from his latest setback, and Ibrox Noise
sources suggest both of these were instigated by former director Paul Murray in