Three Rangers youngsters that can push for a regular first team place after winter break
With top flight Scottish football taking its annual break for winter, it’s a great chance for clubs to refresh their first teams not just with talents signed in the January transfer window, but with youth players breaking through from U20s sides.
Rangers manager Graeme Murty is in a unique position at Rangers, haven been in charge of the youth team at Rangers for a number of years before taking charge of the senior side until the end of the season. He knows better than anyone at the club which players can now make a push for a first team place at Ibrox having worked with them on a day-to-day basis.
If the Light Blues are ever going to challenge for major honours then it’ll be important to bring through emerging talents and not rely too much on expensive transfers.
Celtic have successfully brought through a number of homegrown talents in recent years, a blueprint for the success Rangers must try to follow.
These are THREE Rangers youngsters who have the best shot of regular first team action after the winter break…