Rangers boss Steven Gerrard has told Rangers TV that there will be more additions to come at Ibrox this summer after a busy start to the window.
The Gers have already agree to bring in Jermain Defoe on a permanent basis, whilst Ianis Hagi has made his loan move from Genk permanent in a big deal.
Rangers have since focused on youngsters. Charlie Lindsay has arrived from Glentoran, whilst Leicester City defender Calvin Bassey has joined too.
The Daily Record now note that two young attackers could join. Ross County’s James Graham and Blackpool’s Tony Weston are believed to be on the verge of joining the Ibrox ranks.
That would show that Rangers are looking towards the future as well as the present, and with those two deals for Graham and Weston allegedly close, Gerrard has commented on transfers.
Gerrard has admitted that Rangers are ‘chasing targets’, with ‘numerous’ players on the radar for the Gers as they look to close the gaps to Celtic.
Gerrard noted that it’s ‘exciting times’ to be at Rangers, seemingly expecting more additions to come very soon after a productive few weeks.
“We are still chasing targets behind the scenes,” said Gerrard. “We have numerous targets we want to bring in to help strengthen us next season. It’s exciting times to be at Rangers,” he added.
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