By Danny Wright
Charlie Adam believes that Rangers should attempt to re-sign Norwich attacker Steven Naismith in the summer transfer window.
The Daily Express have previously claimed that Naismith would be interested in moving back to Ibrox despite having two years left on his deal with the Canaries.
The 30-year-old left the Light Blues in 2012 after the club sunk into administration and now they are back in the big-time Adam thinks the attacker would make the perfect addition to Pedro Caixinha’s squad.
“Let’s be honest, they need to improve on the players they have got and he [Naismith] would be one who would improve them,” said the Stoke midfielder, as quoted by the Scottish Herald.
“But I think they need more than him. It will be interesting to see how many they get in. That comes to down to finance as well.”
Adam, 31, is a product of the Rangers academy and left the club for Blackpool in 2009 while Naismith spent his development years at both Ibrox and Kilmarnock before moving back to Glasgow in 2007 when he made 132 appearances for the club.
He has since played for Everton and Norwich, where he’s played 32 times in all competitions this season scoring seven goals and supplying three assists.
The 45-times Scotland international managed to get himself on the score sheet and get sent off in his last appearance for the Championship club in a 3-3 draw with Leeds in April.
For most of the season, Naismith has been deployed on the left wing but he can also play in the No 10 role or as a striker.
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