As reported by The Scottish Sun, Rangers are still working on bringing in players to the club before Thursday’s transfer deadline.
Returning to winning ways on Sunday, Rangers are heading into the international break feeling a little better about the season ahead after demoralising results against Hearts and Hibernian.
Their new signings clicked into gear against Ross County and delivered a 3-1 win, much to fans’ delight.
It seems that those new signings may not be the only arrivals at Ibrox this summer either, with Pedro Caixinha revealing that the club are still working on deals ahead of the window closing.
Despite taking some time off this week, he’ll be in contact with Director of Football Mark Allen to bring in more players.
As quoted by The Scottish Sun, the Rangers boss said:
I will go to Portugal for a university class and the players will have four days off to recover. While I’m away l will be in contact with Mark. We know what we want and we’re working on it.
The Light Blues have already made ten signings this summer, many of them becoming firm fixtures in Caixinha’s starting eleven.
Fans will be excited to hear more could be on their way, hoping that the squad the Portuguese is building can find consistency to challenge Celtic and Aberdeen in the Scottish Premiership and domestic cup competitions.