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5th Jun, 2018 | 2:54pm

Gerrard will get the message loud and clear if loans form bedrock of his Rangers revolution


So far things seem to be going relatively smoothly for Steven Gerrard in his first week on the job as Rangers manager.

He will just be getting used to life as manager at one of the most demanding clubs in Britain.

And he will perhaps learn soon enough how demanding the fans base can be, if the Gers don’t bring in some big name signings in the summer.

The former Liverpool captain seems to be quite frequently linked with loan deals from his former club.

With the Scottish Sun reporting that Ovie Ejaria is set to join the club and Dominic Solanke also reportedly interested in moving to Ibrox, according to the Scottish Sun.

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Those might be good players, especially Solanke, who looks to have a bright future ahead of him, but being blunt signings like that will not take the Gers to the next level in either Scotland or Europe.

The Gerrard appointment seems to be all about glamour and excitement on the surface, it is time that was backed up with some big money buys.

If the Gers want to seriously challenge next season – and fans will demand that they do – then a number of loan signings from Liverpool just won’t cut it.

The fans have backed the Gerrard revolution in big numbers, buying plenty of season tickets, if the transfer business doesn’t pick up soon they will surely begin to start asking questions.

In other Rangers news, a Liverpool coach has praised a reported Gers transfer target

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