Rangers have already competed the signings of 35-year-old Portugal international central defender Alves and 25-year-old defensive midfielder Jack in the summer transfer window.
While Alves moved to the Gers after leaving Italian club Cagliari, Jack made the switch after parting company with Aberdeen.
Former Celtic forward and manager Dalglish has praised the Rangers board for allowing manager Pedro Caixinha to recruit Alves and Jack.
“Credit to the Rangers board for backing the Portuguese coach with the signings of the likes of Bruno Alves and Ryan Jack,” Dalglish wrote in The Sunday Post.
Rangers have been quite busy in the summer transfer window already, and the signs are looking very positive.
For Caixinha’s side to be competitive next season, they need to have a stable team and should compete their transfer business early. The Glasgow giants are doing just that, and this can only be positive for the Ibrox outfit.
Both Alves and Jack are good players and have a lot of experience, and the defender and the defensive midfielder are certainly to going enhance the quality of the current Rangers squad.