Rangers director of football Mark Allen has done a fantastic job at Ibrox.
The transfer chiefs’ signings in January have all hit the ground running and in the summer he can earn legendary status at Ibrox if he manages to build together a squad that is capable of beating Celtic to the Scottish Premiership title in 2018/19.
To improve the squad, Allen must start off by looking at Sheffield Wednesday contract rebel Sean Clare, who is in stunning form in the England Championship and is reportedly attracting attention from big clubs in the Premier League.
Team Talk has reported that Tottenham, Everton, Southampton, Leicester, Norwich and Sunderland are all interested in Clare, 21, who is out of contact in the summer.
It is understood that he has turned down more than one offer of a new deal at Hillsborough after only just making his first team debut for the Yorkshire club last month.
For someone with such limited experience in the Championship to be attracting attention from Spurs and Everton, then you know that he must be a special talent.
Clare would be available on a very cheap compensation deal for Rangers if he did not sign a new deal with Sheffield Wednesday so for Allen to snap him up it would be a shrewd buy.
The 21-year-old can play in a host of different positions meaning that he would be a great squad player as he aims to reach his loft potential.
The 6ft 2in Owls ace, who scored his first goal for the club against Aston Villa at the weekend, can play at right-back, right-wing, central midfield, defensive midfield and even on the left-wing.
For a small fee for a player who is wanted by top Premier League teams and is extremely adaptable to different positions, he would be the perfect player for Allen to start off a summer revolution that could see his named etched into Ibrox folklore forever.
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