Derby County midfielder Craig Bryson spent last season on loan at Cardiff City – helping the Bluebirds win promotion to the Premier League – and Rangers manager Steven Gerrard should swoop for the 31-year-old midfielder to strengthen his squad as part of his Ibrox revolution.
Bryson made 27 appearances for Cardiff after joining on loan on deadline day in August and his performances for Neil Warnock’s side even earned calls for international recognition and a place in Alex McLeish’s Scotland squad for the end of season trip to face Mexico and Peru.
Bryson is likely to move on from Derby this summer and with only a year left on his contract wouldn’t command a big fee as Rams boss Gary Rowett tries to free up some wages for another shot at winning promotion.
After already adding Scott Arfield to his squad, Gerrard hasn’t wasted time in bringing in new faces ahead of his first season in charge of the Ibrox giants and Bryson would give the Gers some more quality in depth.
With a number of the Gers fringe players not good enough to be pushing regular first-team players for their place in the starting XI, Gerrard also needs to make sure he is adding players who can can add quality beyond the starting XI.