Rangers made some rather dodgy signings during Pedro Caixinha’s time in charge of Ibrox.
The less said about Carlos Pena, Eduardo Herrera and Fabio Cardoso the better, while the big-name Portuguese centre-back Bruno Alves proved to be a massive disappointment. And, let’s be honest, who will remember Dalcio in a few years?
The same can be said of Aaron Nemane. Rangers fans were hoping they had got their own Patrick Roberts when the exciting French winger arrived on loan from Manchester City in August.
But after just 68 ineffective minutes of first-team football, Nemane’s spell in Glasgow was brought to an end in January as he moved instead to Go Ahead Eagles in Holland. But where is the 21-year-old these days?
Rangers fans who watched Nemane toil in Scotland might not be surprised to learn that the forward has not been promoted to Pep Guardiola’s first-team plans. The Amiens-born attacker is now on loan at AFC Tubize in the Belgian second division.
As it stands, Tubize are second from bottom with just one win in their opening nine matches. Nemane has started three times.
These days, Steven Gerrard has a whole host of exciting attackers to choose from with Ryan Kent, Daniel Candeias, Glenn Middleton and the currently injured Jamie Murphy in Rangers’ squad.