Rangers had a very busy transfer window during the summer under the tutelage of Pedro Caixinha as they kept inking deals to strengthen their arsenal so that they could offer adequate animosity to the likes of Celtic and Aberdeen for the Scottish Premiership title.
The Gers are currently placed 3rd in the league table, having collected 17 points from 7 league outings. They are 6 points behind the aforesaid clubs and it goes without saying that Caixinha would attempt to secure some more signings in January to further beef up the quality of his squad.
Apparently, rumours have surfaced that the Light Blues have put three sensational names on their radar, namely, Jamie Walker, Lewis Morgan and Louis Moult and if they manage to lure these three players to the Ibrox Stadium, they would undoubtedly become a fearsome side in the country.
Walker was linked heavily to Rangers during the summer but somehow, the deal failed to cross the line. The 24-year-old smashed 12 league goals in 34 appearances for Heart of Midlothian and frankly speaking, the Glasgow giants did fail to sign a sensational performer who could have brought a lot of class to their side.
The winger’s contract expires next summer and he has rejected a new deal at Tynecastle, which turns the table in favour of Rangers. The Teddy Bears could make him sign on the dotted line on a pre-contract deal in January so that he could join Rangers on a free transfer next summer when his existing contract with Hearts expires.
Meanwhile, St. Mirren’s blossoming starlet, Morgan, is a talk of the town owing to his form in the Scottish Championship so far this season. Capable of playing anywhere in the attacking zone, the Scottish prodigy is immensely talented and given his calibre, he might be keen to ply his trade in the Scottish top division.
It isn’t hard to deduce that Kenny Miller’s days are numbered as the 37-year-old seems to have waned, which implies that the former Al-Gharafa boss would have to find a long-term replacement for Miller. Moult would be a riveting replacement, for he is a proven package and even his contract expires next summer.
Having scored 18 goals across all competitions last season for Motherwell, Moult has found the back of the net on 5 occasions in 9 games so far in the Premiership. Of course, it would not be easy for Rangers to sign the trio and only time will tell whether they manage to do the same or not. But can signing all three help them challenge for the title?