Rangers must react to Timothy Weah signing by bringing in Dominic Solanke
Celtic are set to sign Timothy Weah from Paris Saint-Germain on loan. The Guardian suggests that the PSG man will arrive on loan until the end of the season to continue his development and help Celtic add to their striking department.
It would be a shrewd piece of business from the Bhoys. Celtic need attackers and the USA international is considered a top talent.
If Rangers want to maintain their fight to challenge Celtic, then they need to bring in as impressive a recruit.
The obvious man for the role is Dominic Solanke.
The England international has not been featuring regularly for Liverpool this season. As reported by talkSPORT, the Liverpool talent is being highlighted as a potential recruit at Ibrox, with Umar Sadiq set to be released from his disappointing spell.
The 21-year-old England youth star would be joining an Anfield legend in Steven Gerrard. Rangers will no doubt be hoping those links can help the Ibrox side pick up a win.
Now it is a deal that Rangers need to make happen. With Weah seemingly on his way to Celtic, their Old Firm rivals are flexing their muscles and powerful links in the game. Rangers, and specifically Gerrard, can now do the same by signing Solanke.
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