This year, the Rangers may try to sign a “unbelievable” free agent who has 70 career goals

This year, the Rangers may try to sign a “unbelievable” free agent who has 70 career goals

According to a report from trustworthy journalist Mark Hendry, Rangers may try to sign a striker this summer who is “unbelievable” and will be worth millions of dollars without having to pay a dime.

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Although Philippe Clement’s main goal this season is to lead his team to the Scottish Premiership, he still has his sights set on making additions before the summer transfer window opens later in the year. Even after the winter transfer window closed, Rangers were reportedly in talks with Fluminense left-back Jefte, who was heavily backed to move to Ibrox in January. Rangers are still linked to a number of players.

Tyrese Campbell, a forward for Stoke City, has also surfaced as a possible target for the Scottish powerhouses due to his similarity to Todd Cantwell.

Tyrese Campbell
Tyrese Campbell

Lawrence Shankland, a Scottish striker who was raised supporting Rangers, is a target for Hearts, and there are persistent rumours that he could join them at the end of the current campaign.

Rangers might target Oli McBurnie.

Rangers may consider acquiring Sheffield United striker Oli McBurnie this summer on a free transfer, according to Football Scotland’s Hendry.

A devoted supporter of the Green Bay Packers, his contract expires in the summer. Even though his Premier League record isn’t quite as good, the Scotland cap is a master at scoring in the English Championship with Sheffield United; however, you’d have to assume the level would suit him closer for Scotland’s Premiership.

“Has been a big money signing at previous clubs but if Gers could land the 27-year-old for nothing they could sell him in a year for a few million.”

Rangers might be wise to sign McBurnie in the summer because there is less risk involved in making a major investment because he would be a free agent. John Egan, a teammate, praised the 27-year-old: “We went long to him early on and he was winning every header so why go away from what’s working.” He’s a big man, he plays well, and he was amazing up top, you know. He celebrated as though it was his own goal even though I’m not sure if they gave it to him.”
In his 88 Premier League appearances, McBurnie has netted 11 goals, totaling 70 goals in his career. He has also had stints with Swansea City, Bradford City, and Barnsley.

The striker is not over the hill as a free agent, but rather in and around his prime at 27, and there’s no reason his physicality and goal-scoring ability can’t make him a real handful for Scottish Premiership defenders.

Although McBurnie is a solid substitute, Shankland would still likely be the best option this summer given his incredible season, which has seen him top the SPL scoring charts with 17 goals.

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