Ross Wilson and Gio van Bronckhorst have negotiated deals to bring several players to Ibrox, whilst two key players have also left the club.
Joe Aribo and Calvin Bassey have been sold on and Ben Davies, Ridvan Yilmaz, Antonio Colak, Tom Lawrence, John Souttar, and Rabbi Matondo have all come through the door to bolster the squad.
It now remains to be seen whether or not the Gers will be able to add any more players to their team, although they have been linked with a swoop for Romania international Darius Olaru.
FCSB owner Gigi Becali recently confirmed that he wants a fee in the region of £5m for the attacking midfielder, after rejecting an offer from an unknown club, saying:
“It is about Olaru also going elsewhere. I had 5million euros, but I did not accept. We asked for 7 million euros, but we left it at 6 million euros [£5million]. I don’t want to talk more, you’ll see.”
Van Bronckhorst must now push the club to snap him up for that fee in the coming weeks as the gem has the quality to be Ianis Hagi 2.0 for the Gers.
Rangers have already had success in bringing one Romanian attacking midfielder to Ibrox by signing Hagi from Genk. Since making the move to Glasgow, the youngster has racked up 15 goals and 21 assists in 85 outings for the Light Blues, showing that he has the ability to make a big impact in the final third.
Olaru, meanwhile, caught the eye last season with six goals and 12 assists in 36 league outings for FCSB. This came after he managed seven goals and two assists in 30 matches the previous season, whilst he has also been capped six times by Romania.
The 24-year-old, who has been dubbed an “exciting” talent by Jacek Kulig, can contribute at the top end of the pitch from a number 10 position, whilst he still has the potential to improve and develop as he gains more experience.
He can grow into becoming a key player for Rangers in midfield and be their next Romanian sensation in midfield if the club is able to sign him from FCSB before the window slams shut at the end of August.
That is why van Bronckhorst must push Wilson to secure a deal in the coming weeks before another club swoops in for him at £5m.