Former Rangers star Michael Ball insists there will be plenty of pressure on John Lundstram if he does make the move to Ibrox to join the Scottish club.
The midfielder has left the Blades following their relegation to the Championship and is available on a free transfer this summer.
He has been heavily linked with a move to the Ibrox, where he would join up with Steven Gerrard following Rangers’ Premiership title victory.
Indeed, the Gers are looking to strengthen from a position of real power, having gone unbeaten throughout the campaign and won the title at a canter.
Lundstram made a total of 120 appearances for the Blades, scoring eight goals and laying on nine assists.
Last season, he managed to score five Premier League goals, though he endured a goalless campaign this term.
And Ball believes there would be huge pressure on him to succeed if he did move to Scotland.
Speaking exclusively to Football FanCast, he said: “For players like John, it’s one of them where you go to a football club, a huge football club at Rangers, a massive pressure, you’ve got to perform week in, week out.
“Has he got the ability to do that? Only time will tell. But his wages will probably be a lot less and if you’re going up there, you’re going up there to work hard and win titles.”