Rangers manager Steven Gerrard should target Liverpool striker Dominic Solanke if his team are in need of firepower in January.
The Gers’ practically bought a new team in the summer transfer window, but they are still a way from matching enemies Celtic.
At the weekend, Gerrard experienced his first loss in 13 games in all competitions as his team were beaten by the Bhoys 1-0 at Parkhead.
The former Liverpool captain managed to recruit some decent new players, but if the club are struggling come January, then he will need to dip back into the market.
One player who Rangers should keep their eye on ahead of a possible swoop is Liverpool striker Dominic Solanke.
The 20-year-old, who is valued at £9m by Transfermarkt, is very much on the fringes at Anfield.
The youngster moved to the Merseyside outfit from Chelsea in 2017, but he is yet to make the step up to regular first-team member.
In fact, Solanke has made just 27 senior appearances for the club, and in that time has netted just the one goal.
Rangers would be the ideal platform for the attacker to show what he can do.
Plus, Gerrard’s previous work as a youth coach in the Liverpool setup means that he is well aware of Solanke’s qualities.
If the Gers are struggling for goals midway through the campaign, then the England Under-21 international could give them a boost up front.