Rangers director of football Mark Allen has done a fantastic job at Ibrox in the past couple of months and he will no doubt be looking to replicate that in the summer transfer window.
One area of the Light Blues squad that needs strengthening is at centre-back, especially after Danny Wilson quit Ibrox in January for Colorado Rapids.
In fact, the Gers could have a completely new-look back line for the 2018/19 season as David Bates’ contract is running out, Russell Martin is only on loan from Norwich and the Portuguese pair of Bruno Alves and Fabio Cardoso have been linked with leaving.
If that is the case then Rangers must wrap up a summer deal to sign Newcastle United centre-back Curtis Good, who could be available for free at the end of the season as his contract at St. James’ Park is close to expiring.
Good, 24, has been held back by the Magpies, but it’s clear that the former Melbourne Heart player has some untapped qualities that have not been looked at on Tyneside.
He is already a fully fledged international for Australia and does have experience in the Scottish Premiership after a very successful spell with Dundee United on loan in 2014.
Because Rangers may have to put together a completely new backline in the summer, Good would be a brilliant and cheap addition.
There’s definitely the potential for the Aussie international to be a regular in the Gers squad and if not, he would make a very decent back-up option if Allen decides to sign players with more experience to their name.
In other Rangers news, this attacker has agreed a deal with a top-four club after leaving Ibrox.
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