4-2-3-1: How Glasgow Rangers line-up may look for the 2016/17 campaign

Rangers manager Mark Warburton celebrates winning the Scottish Championship with the trophy

Glasgow Rangers manager Mark Warburton is expected to try and bring a number of players to Ibrox this summer.

Rangers manager Mark Warburton celebrates winning the Scottish Championship with the trophy

With the summer transfer window edging ever closer, we take a look at how Mark Warburton’s Glasgow Rangers side could look next season.

Goalkeeper: Wes Foderingham

Foderingham has enjoyed a good first season at Ibrox, and it seems unlikely that a goalkeeper will be high up on Rangers’ list of priorities.

Right-back: James Tavernier

Although there are some doubts over Tavernier’s defensive ability, his goalscoring qualities make him a key part of Rangers’ team.

Centre-backs: Dominic Ball and Danny Wilson

Warburton has already confirmed that he wants to bring Ball back on loan from Tottenham Hotspur and the 20-year-old has expressed a willingness to move back to Ibrox.

Wilson, meanwhile, looks a more secure defensive option than Rob Kiernan.

Left-back: Lee Wallace

Rangers’ captain and Player of the Season, Wallace will play a key role again next season.

Central midfield: Joey Barton and Jordan Rossiter

Burnley's Joey Barton celebrates promotion to the premier league

Joey Barton appears to have made his mind up on a move to Rangers, and he will be likely to play a prominent role in Warburton’s side.

Rossiter’s arrival, meanwhile, has already been confirmed and the former Liverpool man’s move to Ibrox has created a great amount of excitement.

Expect new man Matt Crooks, and Andrew Halliday to also have roles to play.

Right-wing: Graham Dorrans

The Norwich City man has already been linked with Rangers, with the Scottish international believed to be high up on Warburton’s wishlist. He would be a great addition to the Light Blues.

Attacking midfield: Niko Kranjcar

Kranjcar is another high profile addition who Rangers have been linked with, and his ability could make him a stand out player in the Scottish Premiership.

Left-wing: Harry Forrester/Brad Inman

Forrester has also looked impressive since moving to Rangers, and could feature fairly prominently.

Crewe winger Inman is a player who has been linked with Rangers recently, and he would fit in well with Warburton’s current squad.

Striker: Martyn Waghorn/Jason Cummings

Waghorn was Rangers’ top scorer this season, despite spending part of it out injured.

The former Wigan man has been in wonderful form, but Rangers could look to find more competition for him.

Jason Cummings has proven his quality with Hibernian, and would make a good addition to Warburton’s squad.

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