Rangers have been quite busy in the January transfer window so far and have brought as many as four new players to Ibrox.
Graeme Murty’s side have recruited Sean Goss, Jamie Murphy, Jason Cummings and Russell Martin on loan from Queens Park Rangers, Brighton and Hove Albion, Nottingham Forest and Norwich City respectively.
Winger Murphy is hugely experienced and has a lot of quality, while striker Cummings is a proven goalscorer in Scotland and 32-year-old defender Martin is going to strengthen the Gers’ backline.
Goss is still unproven and has arrived at Rangers after failing to get regular playing time at QPR in the Championship in England.
The 22-year-old midfielder also failed to break into the Manchester United first team before joining QPR in January 2017.
Former Celtic and Norwich striker Chris Sutton has been impressed with Rangers signing Murphy, Cummings and Martin, but he has suggested that judgement should be reserve on QPR-owned 22-year-old midfielder Goss.
Sutton wrote in The Daily Record: “Rangers have done some fine business with the acquisitions of Jamie Murphy, Jason Cummings and Russell Martin.
“Judgment has to be reserved on Sean Goss but the other three will improve the Ibrox squad by bringing energy, talent and experience.”