Martin Dubravka

With Allan McGregor finally hanging up his boots and Jon McLaughlin failing to impress this season, a new number one must be a priority for manager Michael Beale. Martin Dubravka has been a loyal and capable servant for Newcastle for many years, but the acquisition of Nick Pope has meant he has no chance of first-team football while Pope is fit. This, coupled with Lorius Karius’ impressive performance in the League Cup Final, means that Dubravka could be pushed further down the pecking order. Newcastle’s loss could be Rangers’ gain.

Joe Rodon

Welsh centre-back Joe Rodon arrived at Tottenham Hotspur in 2020 as a highly rated defender, but his opportunities in Northeast London have been extremely limited. Indeed, he’s found game time so hard to come by that he’s gone to Rennes on loan, where he’s shown glimpses of his class so far. Although right-footed, he’s more than used to playing on the left a centre-back pairing from his time at Swansea and could serve as a capable partner for Connor Goldson going forwards.

Lucas Moura

While they’re raiding Tottenham for new players, Rangers could do far worse than to cast an eye over Brazilian forward Lucas Moura. Although he seems to have been around forever, Moura is still only 30 years old and has plenty left to give – any doubters only need to glance at how he single-handedly wrestled Spurs to the Champions League final against Ajax in 2019. He’s capable of playing on either wing and his direct, driving style could be a perfect fit for the Scottish Premiership.

Kevin Nisbet

A little closer to home, Hibs striker Kevin Nisbet has been a long-term target for Rangers and he could be far more available this summer than he has been in recent times. That’s because of the emergence of Elie Youan, the signing of Mykola Kukharevych and the return of Martin Boyle. Nisbet’s pedigree in the Scottish top-flight has been proven many times over and he could provide strong competition for Antonio Colak and Kemar Roofe.

Michael Beale has been clear he wants to overhaul the Rangers squad this summer and these four signings could be just the tonic his team needs to challenge for the title once more.