In the past Rangers boss Mark Warburton and his recruitment team have worked well to bring in players from English football. The likes of Wes Foderingham, James Tavernier and Martyn Waghorn have all become stars at Ibrox.
This summer is not likely to be any different from Glasgow Rangers.
Now It is being reported that Rangers are hopeful of signing left-winger Ben Pringle from Championship side Fulham this summer.
Now further reports have suggested that Pringle has spoken to a former Rangers player about a move. The BBC report the Daily Express as stating that Pringle has spoken to his former Rotherham team-mate Kirk Broadfoot about a move to Rangers.
Broadfoot spent five years at Rangers before the club went into liquidation and he won the SPL title three times during his spell at the club and was also a League Cup winner and Europa League semi-finalist in Glasgow.
The report claims that Pringle, who has one year left on his Fulham contract, would have to look to terminate his deal with Fulham early to make this deal look possible. If not Rangers would have to try and get him for as cheap as possible.
Pringle has struggled to win over new Fulham boss Slavisa Jokanovic and is said to be considering his future at Craven Cottage.