Rangers could be ready to make a modest cut-price signing with a little help from former manager Dick Advocaat after they were linked with a host of clubs to the signature of rising Dutch star and right winger, Crysencio Summerville, 18.
The Feyenoord youngster is interesting Wolves, RB Salzburg and Anderlecht, as well as Rangers, and it is well-documented Rangers lack options on the right side of attack.
The current depth covers pretty much Kemar Roofe, who is very experienced in that position but is about Rangers’ only choice for that berth, and an addition of the quality of the brilliantly-named Summerville could be a wise move.
On loan at Ado Den Haag last season, the youngster was a first choice for his temporary employer and while his numbers were not sensational (5 goals and assists in 21 outings) they were promising for a kid just out of the academy.
De Kuip produces quality, no question about that, and this lad certainly has potential.
Feyenoord have already rejected a bid from Wolves for him, but with Advocaat’s close relationship to Rangers, there might just be something we can do with that.