Rangers might now move for a “professional” free agent in place of Beale.

What fresh talent has Rangers acquired?

Michael Beale 'wanted more' Rangers transfers as Nicolas Raskin signing  appraised - Football Scotland

Michael Beale entered the market over the summer to bring in nine new players. While some, like Jack Butland and Dujon Sterling, arrived for free, others included Danilo, Sam Lammers, Cyriel Dessers, and Jose Cifuentes.

According to Transfermarkt, Ryan Kent and Filip Helander were the two players who led the exits of team members whose contracts had expired. Glen Kamara, Fashion Sakala, and Antonio Colak were the three permanent sales that occurred.

Stefan Johansen, who most recently played for Queens Park Rangers in the English Championship, is a player that the Light Blues may already be considering before the January transfer market opens.

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Stefan Johansen is being signed by Rangers.

Rangers: Beale told to make move for "professional" free agent

Johansen, who was previously coached by Beale at Loftus Road, might go to Rangers, according to BBC analyst Carlton Palmer, who made the suggestion in an interview with game League World. Palmer thinks Johansen would fit in well with Rangers’ brand of game. He stated:

“Stefan Johansen is an incredibly talented football player. I believe Glasgow Rangers might take a quick look at him if he were available. He is a skilled midfielder with the ability to perform at a high level and play really, really well. Perhaps Glasgow Rangers or another team would consider signing him free. He has experience, is available, and has already worked with the manager.

What advantages might Stefan Johansen offer the Rangers?

Johansen, who is 32, isn’t getting any younger, and Rangers will be aware of that, but with age comes experience, and he has plenty of it after being labeled the “ultimate professional” by journalist Josh Bunting, so he might prove to be an excellent short-term addition for Beale.

The player, a client of TP Sport Management, is more adept on offense than he is defensively. He made 19 contributions (13 assists and six goals) in 88 appearances while at QPR and sent 73 crosses into the penalty area last season, which was the fourth-highest total in his squad, according to FBRef.

Since the beginning of his career, the former left-footed ace of the Hoops has played in six different positions around the field, including everywhere.




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