By Doug Ward

8th May, 2023 | 8:10am

Artificial intelligence predicts Rangers to sign new 'creative midfielder' as financial verdict shared on Ibrox

ChatGPT has predicted Rangers to sign a number of new players in the summer transfer window after Celtic won the Scottish Premiership title on Sunday.

Michael Beale faces a major overhaul this summer with a number of players either leaving at the end of their contracts, leaving at the end of a loan deal or retiring.

As a result, Beale is going to have to be super busy in the transfer market on what could be a limited budget due to the fact that previously high-valued players like Alfredo Morelos and Ryan Kent are leaving for nothing.

Ibrox News has asked the artificial intelligence model ChatGPT to predict what players the Gers will sign in the summer and it seems as though a new goalkeeper, centre-back and midfielder are on the menu, as well as adding some more experience to the side.

Here is what ChatGPT said:

As an AI language model, I do not have access to insider information about the Rangers Football Club’s transfer plans or negotiations. Therefore, I cannot predict with certainty which players the club will sign in the upcoming summer transfer window.

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However, I can suggest that the club’s management team will likely be looking to strengthen the team in areas where they have identified weaknesses or gaps. This may involve signing players with specific skill sets or positions, such as a new goalkeeper, a centre-back, or a creative midfielder. The club may also be looking to sign players with experience and leadership qualities who can help guide and mentor younger players.

The club may also consider factors such as player availability, transfer fees, and salary demands when making their transfer decisions. It’s worth noting that the club’s transfer strategy is likely to be influenced by their financial situation, as they will need to balance the need for new signings with their existing financial commitments.

Ultimately, only time will tell which players Rangers will sign in the summer transfer window, and it’s important to keep in mind that transfer negotiations can be complex and unpredictable.

In other Rangers news, this player was slammed for being “poor” in the clash with Aberdeen on Sunday.