Rangers fans might not have ended their long wait for silverware in Steven Gerrard’s first season at the club, but they will be optimistic at what the future might hold.
The ex-Liverpool midfielder has taken to management with aplomb and led the Gers to two victories over fierce rivals Celtic during the campaign.
Defeating their arch-rivals isn’t enough, however, with Gerrard under no illusions that he will need trophies in order to become a true success at Ibrox.
That will almost certainly mean a foray into the transfer market this summer. The manager will look to add some genuine quality to his ranks to try and end Celtic’s dominance.
The Scottish Sun has today linked Sunderland midfielder Dylan McGeouch with a move to Ibrox and his signing would represent an interesting one for Rangers.
It is thought that the 26-year-old is available on a free this summer and he could provide a spark of creativity in the middle of the park.
McGeouch was never really in favour at the Stadium of Light and 2018/19 has been a season of frustration for him.
He has shown quality previously, however, especially during his time with Hibernian.
Now a more mature player, McGeouch could provide Rangers with an injection of something which they don’t already have.
He has the versatility to play in the middle of the park or behind the striker as a number 10 and that makes him an attractive signing for Gerrard.
Having previously been on the books at Celtic Park, McGeouch would have a real point to prove. After a frustrating campaign in England, he will be keen to revive his career and he could prove a really shrewd addition for Gerrard.