Glasgow Rangers surely need to strengthen their striker options this summer after a disappointing campaign at Ibrox.
Rangers manager Pedro Caixinha may have to be canny in the summer transfer window
If Rangers' spending from last summer is anything to go by, Pedro Caixinha may not have a huge amount of funds to work with during the coming months, so the Portuguese will surely have to be canny with how he spends whatever money is available.
For that reason, the Gers would surely be foolish not to act upon the news which HITC Sport reported this week that Ross County striker Liam Boyce's contract includes a clause that would allow him to leave for £500,000.
Boyce has been sensational in the Scottish Premiership this term, scoring 23 times in the top flight to help keep Ross well away from the relegation places in the top flight.
With 37-year-old Kenny Miller being the only player within the Light Blues squad to reach double figures when it comes to league goals this season, Caixinha simply has to strengthen his options going forward and Boyce's release clause surely makes a deal a wise move from the Gers.
Liam Boyce could be available for just £500,000
At 26, Boyce can still get better and should arguably thrive working with much better players creating chances for him, like they would be at Ibrox.
After an uninspiring season, Rangers need to bag some bargains over the summer if they hope to close the gap between themselves and Celtic at the very top of the table, and with Boyce free to move for £500,000 (via HITC Sport), he would certainly prove to be a bargain signing if he could replicate the form he has shown for his current side.