Ask most Rangers supporters and they’d likely be happy with the transfer business done by Steven Gerrard and his recruitment team at Ibrox so far this January.
Elite players like Steven Davis and Jermain Defoe have arrived at the club to sharpen up the first-team squad while Glen Kamara and Jordan Jones have both signed a pre-contract.
Still, there’s always room for more and one player that should be interesting the Gers is Manchester United’s Scott McTominay.
The Daily Mail report that the Scotland international will be allowed to leave Old Trafford on loan during January, with Celtic prime candidates to sign him up for the remainder of the season.
With Jordan Rossiter struggling to make an impact in Gerrard’s first-team and Graham Dorrans continuing to struggle with injury then bringing in midfield cover is not the worst idea, even if Kamara ends up joining early.
McTominay is a quality prospect having already featured in 33 matches for the Man United senior side and won five caps with Scotland at the age of 21.
Not only would he improve depth in the Rangers squad, making a move for him could hamper Celtic’s January window, which would be a bonus in the middle of our title race.
On a loan it’s relatively risk free and we should be enquiring about his availability.