Rangers are planning to be very active in the transfer market.
Glasgow Rangers are set to press ahead with their transfer window plans after confirming Graeme Murty will remain manager until the end of the season.
Murty's uncertain future had threatened to potentially put players off joining the Ibrox side, but Rangers now hope that the move provides them with some stability after a difficult 2017.
However it is claimed that to make this happen, Rangers will likely have to trim their squad by selling two players.
Graeme Murty has reportedly 'rubber stamped' moves for players, with director of football Mark Allen confirming: "We’ve identified some targets we’d like to go after. They’ve been shared and rubber-stamped by the new manager."
This transfer window is a chance for him to shape the squad in the way he wants, having inherited Pedro Caixinha's side.