Graeme Murty has confirmed that he wants to bring in more new faces to Rangers in the January window.
Talking in his pre-match press conference head of the game against Fraserburgh, Murty refused to give a number but did say that he wants a “few more” players.
Murty went on to say that you don’t want to many new faces, which could disrupt the group, before stating that they’re bringing in “good” players who know the Scottish game.
He also said that he was enjoying a great relationship with director of football Mark Allen and that he had been a “massive benefit” in this window.

Murty also talked about his new signings, saying that Rangers now had “flexibility” up top, after deals for Jamie Murphy and Jason Cummings.

Football Insider verdict:
It’s been a great transfer window so far for Rangers fans and Graeme Murty and he’s doing all the right things and making all the right noises. It’s a world apart from the Pedro Caixinha rule and if Murty can bed his new signings in and push on in the league he’s got a real chance of landing the Rangers job permanently. 
In other Rangers news, Mark Allen’s January revolution will be complete if he signs up this international star available for a free transfer.
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