Rangers have lost back-to-back games in the league for the first time since revamping the squad in the January transfer window and it has started to show some serious flaws in the squad.
Sean Goss has been poor in his last two outings against Celtic and Kilmarnock, resulting in Graeme Murty hooking him at half-time on Saturday in the 1-0 defeat to Steve Clarke’s side at Ibrox.
The 22-year-old midfielder is currently on loan in Govan from QPR – but director of football Mark Allen must be brutal and not seek out a permanent transfer for him in the summer transfer window.
Goss did well during the friendly tournament in Florida and started to impress in the first few Scottish Premiership appearances he had.
The first-team mainstay has started all nine league games he has been available,
However up against champions Celtic and a Kilmarnock side that are flying under Clarke, he has been nowhere near good enough and the Gers will have better options in midfield when Graham Dorrans and Ryan Jack recover from injury.
Greg Docherty has continued to impress and with him, Dorrans, Jack and maybe one more new arrival in the summer, Rangers will be well equipped in the midfield for the 2018/19 season and really do not need Goss.
There’s still time for the former Manchester United player to show his worth, but right now, the signs have not been good.
It’s all well and good being able to perform in friendly games or against teams battling against relegation, but to be a good signing for the Light Blues, you have to stand out against the best.