Kenny Dalglish makes a transfer prediction about Steven Gerrard's Rangers

Former Liverpool player and manager Kenny Dalglish takes the applause of the supporters a day after having the new grandstand named after him, on the pitch ahead of the English Premier...

Rangers have brought ten new signings to Ibrox this summer.

A general view of Ibrox Stadium is seen ahead of the EURO 2016 Qualifier match between Scotland and Georgia at Ibrox Stadium on October 11, 2014 in Glasgow, Scotland.

Scotland and Liverpool legend Kenny Dalglish has told The Sunday Post (p7, Post-Match pullout, 22/07) that he thinks Rangers will still make two more quality signings this summer.

The Gers primed themselves for a busy summer transfer window when they appointed Steven Gerrard as their new manager in May, with many expecting the former England international to be backed heavily.

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So far, Gerrard has brought in ten new signings; goalkeeper Allan McGregor, full back Jon Flanagan, centre backs Connor Goldson and Nikola Katic, midfielders Scott Arfield, Ovie Ejaria and Lassana Coulibaly, wingers Ryan Kent and Jamie Murphy, as well as striker Umar Sadiq.

Kent become number ten on Sunday, penning a season-long loan deal from Liverpool as Gerrard received another favour from his former club, having previously landed Ejaria in a similar deal.

The likes of Bruno Alves, David Bates, Jason Holt, Carlos Pena, Harry Forrester, Michael O'Halloran, Kenny Miller and Eduardo Herrera have all moved on, and more exits may yet be imminent to fund other moves, with Wes Foderingham and Fabio Cardoso seemingly unwanted.

Rangers fans are still calling for more signings, with a centre back and striker being demanded, and Kenny Dalglish has now offered his view on the club's transfer situation.

Steven Gerrard is unveiled as the new manager of Rangers football Club at Ibrox Stadium on May 4, 2018 in Glasgow, Scotland.

Scotland hero Dalglish, who managed Gerrard at Liverpool, has told The Sunday Post (p7, Post-Match pullout, 22/07) that he predicts two more 'quality' signings to arrive at Ibrox.

Dalglish feels that Rangers need more class in certain areas of the park, and that may well be in the heart of defence and in attack, with Rangers still looking to close the gap to Celtic.

“There have been many changes to the Ibrox squad, and that was required,” saidd Dalglish. “But I don’t think the transfer business is over, and I would expect two more quality players to come in. I’m not trying to undermine what the Rangers players have done so far, but a wee bit more class here and there is needed,” he added.

Former Liverpool player and manager Kenny Dalglish takes the applause of the supporters a day after having the new grandstand named after him, on the pitch ahead of the English Premier...

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