Ibrox side Glasgow Rangers have made eight signings, but the manager admits he's not finished.
Rangers boss Steven Gerrard has revealed that he's still in the market for more players.
The Gers have made eight signings overall this summer, but none since Filip Helander arrived in Glasgow three weeks ago.
There hasn't been much speculation about Rangers signing anybody else apart from Ryan Kent who, according to The Daily Record, is speaking to Leeds United.
That report added that Gerrard has 'not given up hope' about re-signing the Liverpool winger who lit up Scotland for Rangers last season.
The transfer window closes in England on Thursday at 5pm, and the light Blues boss says that 'could be big'.
"We're still trying to shape the squad and have it complete. We're very close [to being finished]. I think in the coming days it could be big because the window [closing] in England," he told a press conference via Rangers' YouTube channel.
"I'd still like to see improvement in certain areas. I'm content sitting here now, but I would like to put the final touches on it as well."
It remains to be seen what Gerrard means when he referred to the English window.
Some of his players, namely James Tavernier and Alfredo Morelos, have been linked with moves to Premier League clubs in recent weeks, and that is one upside of the market down South closing so soon.
Gerrard has until September 2 to finalise his business.
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