Rangers manager Mark Warburton responds when asked about latest Ibrox trialists

Rangers have been looking at a host of trialists recently.

Rangers manager Mark Warburton has told the club's official YouTube channel that he is hoping to do deals in January having seen a number of trialists with the club recently.

Ever since Warburton's appointment as Gers boss over the summer, the club have focused on tiralists and seeing how players fit in to Warburton's methods.

Some of those players have been successful in winning Rangers contracts, as Wes Foderingham, Andy Halliday and Jason Holt have all succeeded in trial periods at Ibrox.

Others, such as George Glendon, Gai Assulin, Reece Wabara and John Eustace, weren't quite so lucky, but it hasn't stopped Warburton from looking at trial options.

As reported by The Scottish Sun, the Gers have been assessing Lech Poznan goalkeeper Maciej Gostomski this week, as well as Wolves' 19-year-old winger Mekhi Leacock-McLeod.

Additionally, the agent of Latvian striker Vladislavs Gutkovskis told The Scottish Sun that he is expecting talks with Rangers following his recent trial in Glasgow, meaning there could be plenty of new faces at Ibrox during the January transfer window.

Today, Warburton was asked about those trialists - and whilst he was coy, he suggested that he is looking at all avenues ahead of the transfer window.

"It's just normal with trialists coming in, and we're looking and hopefully we'll do our work in the coming weeks," said Warburton.

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