Ibrox side Glasgow Rangers boss Mark Warburton appears to be targeting Football League players this summer.
With Glasgow Rangers boss Mark Warburton seemingly targeting signing players from the Football League this summer, we take a look at three players he should look to bring to Ibrox who are currently at League One clubs.
Callum O’Dowda (Oxford United)
O’Dowda was playing League Two football last season, but his form was part of the reason why Oxford were promoted.
The Republic of Ireland international made 50 appearances and scored 10 goals for the U’s last term, and he enjoyed a wonderful breakthrough season.
Rangers are not blessed with too many options on the wing, and O’Dowda’s arrival at Ibrox would increase Warburton’s attacking options considerably.
Lee Gregory (Millwall)
Rangers are on the hunt for a new striker, and the addition of Millwall’s Lee Gregory would be an impressive one.
Gregory has only recently made the step up from non league football, but he looks to be a really dangerous front man.
The striker’s work rate caught the eye last term, and he netted 20 goals.
If Gregory did move to Rangers he would be in competition with Martyn Waghorn for a place in the team, and would seriously increase the Light Blues' fire power.
Bradley Dack (Gillingham)
After winning League One’s Player of the Year award last term, Dack looks likely to leave Gillingham this summer.
Dack has all the potential to make it at the highest level, and Celtic are said to be interested.
If Rangers acted quickly they could also join the race for the attacking midfielder, and beating their rivals to the signature of a very talented young player would be reason to celebrate.