With the transfer window set to open in a few days’ time, Rangers must look at bringing Canadian international midfielder Scott Arfield to Ibrox.
Arfield, who was born and raised in Scotland and qualifies for Canada through a relative, is a boyhood Rangers fan who was linked with a move to Ibrox when he left Falkirk in 2010 and headed south to Huddersfield Town.
The midfielder has long been one of the best Scottish-born talents in the UK and many fans were left baffled by Scotland boss Gordon Strachan’s refusal to select the Premier League midfielder despite his form for Burnley.
The 29-year-old was a stand-out for Huddersfield before earning his move to Burnley where he has only continued to impress among some of the best players in the world.
A move for Arfield would give Rangers some much-needed quality in the middle of park as well as experience to help the likes of Jamie Barjonas and Ross McCrorie develop.
As the midfielder’s contract runs out within several months when the season ends, Rangers could look to snap him up on a Bosman as early as next week.
It would be a foolish move for the Gers to pass up a proven talent like Arfield’s as they struggle to overcome Aberdeen for second-place in the Scottish Premiership.
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