As reported by The Express, Pedro Caixinha has made a staggering admission about Rangers transfer business in the coming weeks and months.
Having already made six signings so far in pre-season, Pedro Caixinha hasn’t been messing about when it comes to recruitment this summer. The likes of Clint Hill and Joe Garner have also left the club and it’s clear that whatever happens next season, the team will look vastly different to the one that finished third in the Scottish Premiership.
If you think Caixinha is happy with the business done in and out so far though you’d be wrong. He thinks much more business will be done with potentially as many as 25 deals in the offing in total.
As quoted by The Express, the Rangers boss said:
In the Europa League, our aim is to reach the group stage and then take it from there. The team has undergone a major refurbishment – there could be 14 players leaving and 11 players coming into the club. It has been a struggle against time since we have to register the players in European competitions by June 19.
It’s incredible exciting for supporters who had grown tired of the stale football on display last season. Not many of the team received pass marks for the campaign so to hear there will be a mass exodus and also many more players coming in, optimism is high right now for Light Blues fans.
While there may be some misgivings that huge player revolution in a short time span can prove counter-productive, there’s no doubt that Rangers needed big change and that’s what Caixinha is delivering at the very least.