Graeme Murty and Mark Allen have masterminded a big overhaul of the Rangers first-team in the January transfer window, but there are still a few more issues that need ironing out until their revolution is complete.
The Light Blues are still devoid of an attacking midfielder who can play behind the strikers to supply assists and get among the goals.
Australia legend Tim Cahill will provide the perfect solution.
The former Everton and Millwall attacking midfielder will be the an ideal short-term fix to help Rangers complete their goals for the rest of the season.
Cahill has been without a club for over a month and has been linked with moves across Europe.
He left Australian A-League side Melbourne City on December 5 and the 103-times Australia international is now a free agent and would most likely be affordable to the Ibrox giants.
The attacker will no doubt want a club as soon as possible with a spot in the Australia squad for the World Cup potentially under threat if he does not find first-team football within the next few weeks or months.
In his time at Everton and Millwall, Cahill made a name for himself as being a lethal midfielder who ghosted into the box untracked, scoring a plethora of headers.
With Rangers’ new and improved wide options, the Aussie would be perfect to latch on to those crosses – something which Alfredo Morelos proved was not his strong point against Celtic last month.
Murty and Allen’s revolution is almost complete after signing Jason Cummings, Russell Martin, Jamie Murphy and Sean Goss – they just need that attacking midfielder to put the cherry on the cake.
In other Rangers news, this £50,000-a-week forward eager to move to Ibrox is within 48 hours of a switch.
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