Date: 22nd August 2018 at 8:20am
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Entering the final week of the transfer window, there’s still some unfinished business for Steven Gerrard when it comes to completing his Rangers first-team squad.

Many names have arrived at Ibrox this summer, with most of them looking impressive in the first few matches of the season, but depth could be added to some key positions.

One of those is in attack, with only Umar Sadiq available to provide an alternative option to Alfredo Morelos.

While the Colombian has been impressive in the early season, the jury is still out on Sadiq and bringing in another reliable attacker could be the difference between winning silverware and not.

With Dominic Solanke again missing from Liverpool’s matchday squad on Monday night, should Rangers make a last ditch effort to sign him on loan?

The £9m-rated forward was used a lot by manager Jurgen Klopp last season, making 30 appearances in all competitions. While the majority of those were from the bench, it did highlight that he was firmly in Liverpool’s plans.

He’s been completely absent from their first two squads of the English Premier League season, with the Reds manager refusing to rule out the prospect of him moving out on loan before the end of August.

The player has been consistently linked with a move to Ibrox throughout the transfer window, but a firm indication he could make the switch to Glasgow has yet to materialise.

Is there one more blockbuster bit of business for Rangers fans to get excited about this summer?

Do you think Rangers have a chance of signing Dominic Solanke? Share your thoughts in the comments below…

 

One Reply to “After latest first-team snub, is now the time for Rangers to make last ditch move for £9m man?”

  • Would love it to happen, but can’t see it at this precise moment. I get the feeling that Klopp is monitoring how we will do in European qualifiers. If we get into final group stages it would allow Solanke another challenge, and that could be the catalist to the deal done.

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