Rangers should consider a move for Dutch left-back Daley Sinkgraven
Giovanni van Bronckhorst might be one of the best players to have played for Rangers in recent memory. The Dutch international could play at left-back or in the heart of midfield and had a massive impact on the club in his three years at Ibrox.
He went on to play for Arsenal and Barcelona, captain his nation in a World Cup final and win the Champions League.
If Rangers had the chance to bring in a similar player, then they should take it. So should Steven Gerrard have his eyes on Daley Sinkgraven?
The Ajax talent has recently returned to first-team action following a year out with a knee injury.
Like his compatriot, he is capable of playing at left-back and in the midfield.
His time at Ajax may be coming to an end. The 23-year-old is out of contract in the summer and has not yet agreed on a new deal at the Amsterdam Arena.
Rangers should undoubtedly keep tabs on his situation. With Borna Barisic and Jon Flanagan inconsistent, the left-back role is something that could be improved by Gerrard at Ibrox.
Sinkgraven would also offer options in the midfield and could be a brilliant recruit for Rangers.
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