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Rangers To Field A Completely New Look Side? Caixinha Is On A Roll In The Transfer Market

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Abhishek Majumdar
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Rangers are out to secure the signatures of a cluster of players this summer and have been able to bag as many as eight players so far in the transfer window. Their manager Pedro Caixinha is looking to make a number of changes in the squad to establish themselves as potential title contenders once again, after ending the last season at number three on the League table behind champions Celtic and runner-up Aberdeen.

Out of the eight signings, the manager has been able to bring in four Portuguese players in the form of defenders Bruno Alves and Fabio Cardoso and wingers Dalcio and Daniel Candeias. Caixinha did not stop there and went on to sign Colombian striker Alfredo Morelos from HJK Helsinki in order to increase their firepower for the next season as well.

The Portuguese mastermind showed his intent to launch a completely new look team than the one that Mark Warburton, the former Rangers manager had left him in charge of and went on to sign one more player in the form of Scottish defensive midfielder Ryan Jack from Aberdeen, who is also the captain of their side and one of the most trusted players in the aforementioned position in the whole of the Scottish Premiership.

Caixinha is yet not finished with a tremendous show of his persuasive skills, and his latest catch are the two Mexican players whom he bagged to strengthen his side further in the new season. They are Carlos Pena and Eduardo Herrera, who have been playing so far in the local league in Mexico and will now have the opportunity to showcase their skills at one of the biggest clubs in Europe.

Both the players arrived on Thursday and are absolutely charged up for the new challenge, as they are raring to hit the pitch and have a taste of Scottish Premiership football. While Pena, who plays as a central midfielder was brought in from the Mexican club side Guadalajara, the other Mexican player Herrera arrived from another Mexican club side Pumas. Both of them have arrived on a three-year contract at the Ibrox.

Pena has played for his country on 19 occasions and was selected in the National team for the 2014 World Cup as well. Herrera, who plays as a forward, has played 186 matches for his former club Pumas and has scored 56 goals for them. He has made nine appearances for the National team and has scored three times for Mexico so far.

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