Date: 17th April 2019 at 8:02am
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Rangers are on the verge of signing attacker Greg Stewart on a pre-contract basis, as reported by The Evening Times.

The contract of the Birmingham City man, who is currently on loan at Aberdeen, is due to expire at the end of the season and Steven Gerrard’s recruitment team have been consistently linked with him over the last couple of weeks.

The Evening Times say Gerrard is closing on his man, potentially also adding Jake Hastie and John Souttar to his squad in short order.

Stewart has scored nine goals and assisted ten times this season, the vast majority of which came in the first half of the season out on loan at Kilmarnock, before making a January switch to Aberdeen.

He’s had a far less successful time at the Dons, but Rangers are clearly impressed enough with his Rugby Park form to think he can be a real creative force in Steven Gerrard’s attack.

Stewart will have plenty to do to win over fans, many of whom were unimpressed with his Sunday semi-final performance against Celtic at Hampden.

Can Gerrard bring out the best of the 29-year-old?

Do you think Rangers should be signing Greg Stewart? Have your say in the comments below…

 

5 Replies to “Gerrard on brink of his next Rangers signing – two more could be on their way after that”

  • No way why sign a 29 year old who has an ongoing hip problem, use the money to sign Ryan Kent, Stewart not good enough to play for Rangers

  • We keep throwing money away on these people when we have young talent waiting to be given a chance to show what they can do, they are eager, ready and willing not a wage grabbing mercenary going club to club just look at how much the Mexicans have taken out of the club, lesson learned???

  • He was good at Killie. But at 29 waste o cash in my opinion. Let’s some off the young bears at the premiership. WRTP!!!

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