Breaking news; Rangers  sign “great finisher” this summer. Done deal

Breaking news; Rangers  sign “great finisher” this summer. Done deal

Rangers and Philippe Clement are interested in signing a “great finisher” whose father was a well-known Premier League goalscorer,

according to a recent transfer speculation.

Rangers transfer speculations
The Gers continue to be connected with fresh additions,

despite the fact that they will not be allowed to sign contracted players until the summer transfer window.

Dwight Gayle is a free agent who was expected to join Rangers; however,

the 34-year-old left Stoke City on deadline day and is now free to speak with other clubs.

He has a wealth of experience, having played in both the Premier League and the Championship,

and he might be an excellent squad player for Clement as they battle Celtic for Scottish Premiership title.

Lawrence Shankland, a Hearts striker, was also linked with a move to Rangers in January,

but he ultimately stayed put. A recent update reveals that the Gers might still sign him this summer,

as well as make Abdallah Sima’s loan move permanent, should Clement’s team qualify for the Champions League.

It looks as though the Scottish giants are targeting another attacking player, however, following a new update.

Rangers eyeing Tyrese Campbell move According to a fresh claim from Football Insider,

Rangers are interested in signing Stoke City forward Tyrese Campbell, “keeping close tabs” on his current situation.

“Rangers are keeping close tabs on Stoke City ace Tyrese Campbell, sources have told Football Insider.

It is believed that the Gers have revived their interest in the left-footed Championship forward,

who is set to become a free agent in the summer.

“The club were very interested in a move for Campbell four years ago,

with Football Insider revealing at the time that they held talks with him to try and lure him away from the bet365 Stadium.

Now, Philippe Clement’s side could make a fresh attempt to secure the services of the 24-year-old,

who is the son of former Arsenal and Everton striker Kevin Campbell.“Campbell could be a great signing by Rangers,

and the fact that they have rated him for some time suggests he really is a strong target,

having rejected a move to Ibrox back in 2020. The 24-year-old,

who is the son of former Everton and Arsenal striker Kevin Campbell,

has only made 12 Championship appearances this season, so a move away from Stoke could appeal to him at the end of the season,

at which point he may well be a free agent.

Former Stoke manager Michael O’Neill is someone who has spoken of Campbell in glowing terms in the past,

saying of him: “Tyrese is a great finisher. If you are a good finisher you have to get in the positions and he did

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