Steven Gerrard has given an update on Rangers‘ January transfer window incomings.
The Ibrox manager faced the media at the training ground this morning ahead of his side’s Ladbrokes Premiership clash with St Mirren tomorrow night.
He covered a range of subjects, including Rangers’ win over Stranraer in the Scottish Cup, Brian Rice’s SFA Notice of Complaint and the club’s statement about being charged by the SFA for the behaviour of some players after their win over Celtic last month.
And he also gave an update on Rangers’ January transfer window – with 11 days left to do business.
Gerrard hasn’t added anyone to his squad so far this month despite allowing a number of players to leave the club on loan.
But the Rangers manager insists there could be no additions to his squad this month unless more leave:
Gerrard said: “I think if no one else goes out the door, we’ll be fine. We’ll cope and we’ll manage.
“But with eight, nine days left in the window, you know and I know things happen and we’ll just keep an eye on what goes on there.
“But if anyone else goes I’d probably have to replace.”
That’s probably not what Rangers fans who want the squad strengthened want to hear.
But do Rangers need to strengthen considering how well the first half of the season went?