Ibrox View: Rangers perfectly placed for £17.1m kitty, Clement can bring back glory days 

Ibrox View: Rangers perfectly placed for £17.1m kitty, Clement can bring back glory days 

Rangers are in a strong position to make it to the top of the league due to astute January signings orchestrated by Philippe Clement.

Winning the league will earn them an incredible £17.1 million, and they appear to be favourites at this moment.

They now have a game in hand on Celtic and are only three points behind, therefore a win by more than two goals will allow them to recover first place

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.Dr Dan Plumley, a finance specialist, told Ibrox News that qualifying for the Champions League is a significant cash opportunity.

“It’s the differentiator in Scottish football,

now it’s opened up a little bit more with top spot being a guaranteed group stage position and we know that based on the current distribution mechanisms in that competition, it’s worth about €20m [£17.1m] at least to Rangers or Celtic.”

Will Clement lead the Rangers to glory?
The additions of Fabio Silva, Oscar Cortes, and Mohamed Diomande improve the team’s depth and quality.

These additions not only provide talent, but they also provide important choices for changing the course of a game.

Silva delivers goal-scoring ability, Cortes provides a reliable offensive option on either flank,

and Diomande ideally complements their midfield.

Clement’s ability to discover and attract these individuals indicates his strategic thinking and awareness of the team’s requirements.

Rangers now have a well-rounded group capable of overcoming adversity and capitalizing on opportunities,

making them strong challengers for the league title.

The Belgian is the ideal candidate to restore Ibrox’s golden days and surpass Steven Gerrard as a successful manager.

Cortes is still a raw talent, and Rangers fans will be hoping to see him flourish against Scottish Premiership opposition,

a significant step up from facing Ayr.

Cortes is going to be rusty after a dismal first half of the season with Lens, but there are some encouraging indications.

Clement has been charmed by Cortes in training, and his influence against Ayr was obvious,

so we can only hope to see more of him in a Rangers shirt.

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