How Rangers could line-up in the Scottish Premiership this season - if these transfer rumours are true

Rangers have been linked to a number of players as they seek to prevent Celtic reaching nine-in-a-row.

Wednesday, 19th June 2019, 4:47 pm
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Steven Gerrard has already added four players to his squad with the permanent signings of Greg Stewart, Jake Hastie and Jordan Jones, plus the loan addition of Shey Ojo from Liverpool. We have put together an XI with subs of how Rangers could line up for the coming campaign based on the team as it is and rumours of arrivals.

Proved himself to be the best goalkeeper in the league last season. Gerrard will be hoping that brushes up on his discipline.

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Captain and all-action right-back. Only way he isn't playing is if he has been sold or suspended/injured.
A fine debut season in Scotland and Gerrard's trustworthy presence in the centre of defence.
The Czech defender has been linked with a move from Chelsea after impressing in the Championship on loan at Bristol City. Can cover at right-back also.
Left-back has been a problem position for Gerrard with three individuals playing in the area last season. Kilmarnock's Taylor, who has been linked, would be a great fit.
Arrived in January and hasn't looked out of place. Will be expected to kick on further.
A key player for Gerrard, especially in the attacking third.
Rangers lacked a creative spark in the midfield at times last season. Aribo - who is expected to join - would give the team that guile and inventiveness.
Signed on loan from Liverpool, Ojo will add pace, skill and excitement to the team. Can beat players for fun and is direct.
Cutting in from left, Ryan Kent was so dangerous last season. Rangers are desperate to bring him back to Ibrox on loan from Liverpool.
Thirty goals for the Colombian last season. If Rangers can keep him he'll only get better.
Made his debut on the last day of the season. Wes Foderingham could move on for regular football.
Rangers are one of the teams very keen on the Oldham centre-back but will likely cost 600k. Highly rated.
The Croatian has plenty of promise and showed that in stages during the 2018/2019 campaign.
A good season for the midfielder. Sits at the base of the midfield and control games well. Will be very useful in certain situations and against certain opposition.
Increases the options in the final third and will provide the team with more creativity.
The wide man returns after a serious injury and livens up the Rangers attack.
Goals, intelligence, role model. Will be an important player.
A number of players are likely to be moved on but the likes of Andy Halliday, Jon Flanagan, Steven Davis and Daniel Candeias highlight the depth.