When we praised Praha’s Stanciu and suggested a fine signing would be the 28-year old Romanian, while many of you were in agreement, a lot of you were also more eager to praise RB Alexander Bah, who in truth, tormented Rangers all throughout match, and did an especially good job of tracking Ryan Kent all over the pitch.
Of course, some could argue it dragged their RB to the wrong places half the time, but he covered a lot of pitch that day, and managed to cause mayhem especially to Borna Barisic who was beaten all ends up once or twice by the 23-year old Dane.
As such, is he one Rangers could also look at?
Only £3M rated, the defender is of a similar ilk to our very own James Tavernier, with a dynamic attacking flurry present, but in truth, he’s a lot better at the defensive side than the captain, albeit our own man has improved there a lot this season.
Some think he’s rated at £20M, which is a tad OTT for a one-time capped Dane on his maiden season in the Europa League, but he certainly has talent, both in attack and in defence.
Is he worth moving for? He’d be an undeniable bargain at £3M, and clearly Praha would want more than his market value, given he’s contracted to 2025, but he’s one other clubs will be looking at and he has five years on Tavernier.
Wouldn’t be the worst addition really?