Rangers are still looking for new signings to add to Steven Gerrard’s squad for next season, and one unexpected player linked with a move to Ibrox is Steven Davies.
Sky Sports reported that the Gers were interested in bringing their former skipper back to Ibrox from Southampton,
However, club insiders Est Consultancy, who have an excellent record with Gers transfer stories, later claimed that at the moment the Gers aren’t interested in signing the 33-year-old.
Not happening, as it stands. https://t.co/uIt3d9nrAv
— EstConsultancy (@EstConsultancy) June 28, 2018
The Gers should rethink this decision though, and make a move for the Northern Irish international, as they only need to look at the success of a bitter rival to show that Davis isn’t past his prime yet.
Celtic skipper Scott Brown won every individual player award going last season and at 32-years-old he is only a year younger than Davis.
If Brown is able to dominate Scottish football at the advanced stage of his career there’s no reason why Davis couldn’t do the same.
Also, Davis would be more than useful in being able to guide Rangers’ other midfielders through a match, he could have plenty of influence on a Ross McCrorie for example.
The Gers might have plenty of midfielders, but they are lacking a wise old head amongst them, who would be crucial in some of the bigger matches.
Davis fits the bill for that, and the Gers should strongly consider bringing him back to Ibrox.
In other Rangers news, a Gers youngster is set to leave the club on loan