Glasgow Rangers boss Mark Warburton has told the Glasgow Evening Times that he wants to continue to build on his good relationship with Tottenham Hotspur.
Rangers have taken Nathan Oduwa and Dominic Ball on loan from Spurs this season, and Warburton has said that he hinted that further Lilywhites youngsters could arrive at Ibrox in the future.
In this piece we take a look at four Tottenham players Rangers could look to sign next season.
Ball has already stated that he would be open to return to Rangers, and Warburton has also confirmed that he would like to do a deal for the defender.
Ball has looked excellent for the Light Blues this term, but Spurs may feel that he is ready for a role at White Hart Lane now.
Onomah has been on the outskirts of Tottenham’s first-team throughout this season, but he has not quite made the breakthrough.
The attacking midfielder looks like one of Spurs’ brightest talents, but Mauricio Pochettino could feel that a season of first-team football in Scotland would benefit his development.
Rangers would surely be keen to take a player of Onomah’s quality if the opportunity arose.
Winks is another player who has been training with Spurs’ first-team for much of the season, but he does not seem to stand much chance of breaking into the starting line-up regularly.
Mousa Dembele and Eric Dier’s partnership in midfield looks established, while the likes of Ryan Mason and Nabil Bentaleb remain ahead of him in the selection order.
Winks would be likely to have a far more prominent role in Warburton’s Rangers team, and he could be a good addition for the Ibrox side.
If it is deemed that Ball has a first-team role at Spurs, it is likely that Carter-Vickers will be allowed to depart on loan.
The USA international looks to have a great deal of potential, and a season in the Scottish Premiership with Rangers would surely benefit him in the long-run.