Three full-backs that Rangers should consider to solve their problem positions

Pedro Caixinha has almost signed a whole team of players already this summer with eight arrivals brightening the mood of Rangers fans who were looking for big changes in the squad after a dismal season finishing third in the Scottish Premiership.

Defenders, midfielders, strikers, wingers; they’ve all arrived at the club and it means that supporters are now looking ahead with optimism at the season ahead rather than dreading it.

That said, that work is far from done and some problem positions still remain at the club.

Rangers’ full-backs drew lots of criticism last season with neither James Tavernier nor club captain Lee Wallace really showing the form required to challenge for trophies in Scotland. Tavernier in particular was singled out for his lack of defensive positional sense, often times leaving the Light Blues defenders exposed at the back. Wallace didn’t look like the top-tier defender of old on a consistent basis and when he got injured, Caixinha had to rely on the untested Myles Beerman.

It’s clear that full-backs on either side need to bolster the ranks at the club and we have three in mind that we reckon could fit in well…