Giovanni van Bronckhorst may have changed his mind over his Rangers transfer strategy this month, according to the Daily Record.
The newspaper has reported on its website that the Bears were thought to have finished with their incoming signings when Ridvan Yilmaz arrived from Besiktas.
It is suggested that may have had a rethink with new transfers now potentially on the cards at Ibrox between now and the end of August.
Writing in their latest daily blog on Friday [12 August], the Daily Record shared the news that things may have now changed at Ibrox in recent weeks.
“Giovanni van Bronckhorst’s side are far from a finished article,” they wrote.
“Despite their stunning comeback win over Union Saint Gilloise there could be more new recruits arriving at Ibrox before the window slams shut.
“Ridvan Yilmaz was meant to be the last new face unless others left, but the Dutchman may have had a rethink over the last couple of weeks.”
So, it looks as though Ross Wilson could yet make some moves.
Looking at the squad, another midfield option, as well as attacking reinforcements, could be possible in the next three weeks at Ibrox.
Alfredo Morelos has just returned from injury but could be more prone to that issue now, with Ryan Kent also pulling up in recent times with a problem of his own.
Should we get past PSV Eindhoven in the Champions League too and qualify for the group stages, it would bring a massive windfall for the board to spend.
Could any new moves depend on that? Given how much money our Europa League exploits brought and the sales of Joe Aribo and Calvin Bassey, we think not.
But, the board may want more money to come in before spending more, with loan moves potentially on the table with obligations included for next summer.
This is certainly one to watch.
In other Rangers news, Ross Wilson now has names lined up just in case Alfredo Morelos seals his exit this summer