Clement could unearth an ideal Ridvan rival in Rangers’ 20 y/o gem

Clement could unearth an ideal Ridvan rival in Rangers’ 20 y/o gem

After defeating Ross County 3-1 on Wednesday, Glasgow Rangers are now in the running for the Premiership title, and their future appears bright.

The last few months could see the Gers build on their League Cup victory from earlier this season. Philippe Clement has changed things at Ibrox.

After the terrible start to the season under Michael Beale, winning one of the two remaining domestic trophies would be a bonus. Clement will be looking to strengthen his team in preparation for 2024–2025 during the summer transfer window.

Six players, including Borna Barisic and John Lundstram, have contracts expiring at the end of the current campaign. No news has been released regarding any extensions, and the Croatian has recently drawn interest.
Young Robbie Fraser might make a great candidate, perhaps.

Robbie Fraser’s future with the Rangers appears bright.

On the left and right sides of the defense, the team undoubtedly has a wealth of talent coming through the ranks.
Fraser, though, might be prepared to move up and earn his senior debut for the Light Blues sooner rather than later.

Robbie Fraser
Robbie Fraser

Johnly Yfeko has already made one first-team appearance this season and is doing well in the B team, while Adam Devine, who can operate on either flank, played a few games for the Gers last season and is currently on loan at Motherwell, where he recently scored his first goal as a professional.

Fraser showed a strong desire to play for the first team when he was named on the Rangers bench against Ajax in the Champions League in 2022. After signing a new contract that year, Fraser spoke about his prospects, giving Giovanni van Bronckhorst the impression that he saw a lot of promise in the young player.

“Hopefully, I’m getting closer to taking the next step and joining the first squad. I thought it was the ideal time to continue.

The 20-year-old defender is confident

The 20-year-old defender is obviously confident, and considering that he leads the B team as well, he obviously possesses the mindset needed to eventually push his way into the starting lineup.

Barisic’s attacking prowess was more well-known than his defensive prowess, and Fraser has a similar flair for bursts down the left flank. In 53 youth team games, Fraser has racked up 10 assists and four goals.

When he does score, it’s usually with great skill; journalist Jordan Campbell called one of his free-kick attempts “superb,” demonstrating his ability to threaten a goal from a dead-ball position.

Fraser might be the perfect opponent for Turkish defender Yilmaz, who has overcome his recent injury problems to establish himself as a first-team regular since Christmas.

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