By Harvey Byrne
Manager Pedro Caixinha has told that Rangers are still in the transfer market and that “many things may happen” before the September deadline.
The summer window is set to close in 14 days time and the Gers have already brought in nine players with Caixinha overhauling the squad which finished in third place in his first window in charge.
Their last signing came all the way back on July 6 with Graham Dorrans making the switch from Norwich for an undisclosed fee and some may have felt the Ibrox giants had stopped and were now happy with their squad.
However, Caixinha has revealed in his Thursday press conference that Rangers are still looking for new signings in a mouthwatering transfer update.
The manager’s quotes were covered by the official Rangers Twitter account on Thursday afternoon.
PC: Before the deadline, many things may happen. Like everyone else, we are still in the market.
— Rangers Football Club (@RangersFC) August 17, 2017
Rangers have been strongly linked with moves for Hearts winger Jamie Walker and Aberdeen central midfielder Kenny McLean in recent weeks and at least one of the Premiership pair could be lining up at Ibrox by the end of the summer window.
The Gers will actually be lining up against Hearts at Ibrox on Saturday afternoon and it is not yet known whether Walker will feature.
In other Rangers transfer news, Ryan Jack has revealed he has spoken to this Gers target.