Glasgow Rangers should make a move for newly out of contract striker Matty Taylor, as he looks to be the perfect fit for an Ibrox move.
Since Mark Warburton has taken charge at Rangers he has targeted bringing in some of the best up-and-coming talent in the Football League.
The likes of James Tavernier, Wes Foderingham, Josh Windass, Matt Crooks and Martyn Waghorn have all moved to Rangers after impressing in England’s lower leagues.
And Taylor should be the next man who Rangers target, as he looks to have a lot to offer Warburton’s side.
Taylor smashed in 28 goals for Bristol Rovers in League Two last term, and he goes into the new campaign with great momentum.
At the moment the clinical forward is out of contract, meaning Rangers would not be taking much of a risk if they did make a move for the 26-year-old.
Rangers currently have Waghorn and Kenny Miller available to compete for a place up-front, but they could do with another goalscorer if they are to challenge for the Scottish Premiership title.
There does not seem to be many better value transfers than Taylor available at the moment, and Rangers would be wise to make a move quickly for the front man - with interest starting to build for his services.