Philippe clement has identify, perfect replacement of box-to-box, who is set move to serial A giant 

Philippe clement has identify, perfect replacement of box-to-box, who is set move to serial A giant 

Glasgow Rangers are still on track to complete a spectacular treble,

and given where the Ibrox side was in September under Michael Beale,

winning the Premiership this season could be one of their greatest feats.

The Gers lost three of their first seven league games under the current Sunderland manager,

and he was finally fired, with Philippe Clement replacing him.While the football was not pretty,

and Beale failed to win a title during his disastrous ten-month tenure,

the Englishman did make a few excellent additions for the team.

Beale signed Jack Butland, Todd Cantwell, and Nico Raskin, all of whom have made significant contributions, particularly the first two.

may he have missed out on another great talent during his early days in charge,

which may have changed the second half of the 2022/23 season?

The Rangers missed out on Cole Palmer in 2023.

After taking over from Giovanni van Bronckhorst in the end of 2022,

Beale led Rangers to nine victories and one draw in his first 10 games,

but he wanted to strengthen the team in the last weeks of the January transfer window.

According to the Sun, Rangers had a loan agreement for Cole Palmer rejected by Manchester City during the last days of the transfer window because

he still had a role to play under Pep Guardiola in the second half of last season.

Several other teams also passed up the opportunity to sign the brilliant Englishman on loan,

and it definitely appeared to be an ambitious move by Beale at the time, but if Palmer had signed,

there is no doubt that he would have significantly strengthened the Ibrox first team group.

The teenager went on to make a few appearances for City near the conclusion of the season,

and he won the Premier League, FA Cup, and Champions League,

proving that staying with the club was definitely the best option for him.

Despite appearing to have a good future at City,

Palmer was moved to Chelsea last summer, and the move appears to have helped the youngster,

particularly because he has received more regular game time.

What happened with Cole Palmer?
The 21-year-old joined Chelsea for a £40 million transfer price at the start of the 2023/24 season,

and it appears to have been a wise decision, especially given his start in London.

Palmer, praised as “exceptional” by previous manager Guardiola,

appears destined to reach the pinnacle of the game if he maintains his present form

– now valued at €100 million (£86 million) by CIES Football Observatory.

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