Murty confirms new signings could arrive within days as Rangers set for PL battle over 22-year-old – report
Rangers manager Graeme Murty has confirmed that the door has not been closed on his dealings in the January transfer window and suggested there may be more business ahead with just days left in the January window.
The Gers boss gave this latest transfer update after announcing that Greg Docherty is set to arrive at Ibrox in a deal reported to be worth £680,000, making him the club’s fifth signing this month.
And despite the Light Blues hive of activity to strengthen the squad this January, Murty has hinted that there could be more incomings in the future.
“I want to manage people here who are hungry to improve. I don’t know if it will be the end of our business,” the manager said in the Scottish Sun.
Jason Cummings, Jamie Murphy and Russell Martin are amongst the names to have joined the Scottish Premier League side as Murty continues to build for success.
There had been rumours that Alfredo Morelos could leave the club but that has been rebuffed by the boss, who said unless a large offer came in for the Colombian then the 21-year-old would remain at Ibrox.
It also emerged that Rangers representatives were in place to watch Dundee defender Jack Hendry at Dens Park on Wednesday night. The Dark Blues enforcer is highly-sought after and according to a number of reports was also being eyed by Celtic, Bournemouth, West Ham, Newcastle and Crystal Palace.
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