The Scottish Sun reports that Huddersfield Town attacking midfielder Juninho Bacuna is a transfer target for Rangers.
The club has compiled a dossier of scouting reports on the 24-year-old Dutch-born Curacao international, with their consideration of a transfer now “serious.”
Rangers are longtime admirers of Bacuna, and the club’s director of scouting, Ross Wilson, has identified him as a viable target.
After the Champions League heartbreak, we really need to improve our attack in order to better defend our Premiership title and boost our chances of succeeding in Europe.
Looking at his goal and assist tallies in the English Championship over the last two years, it’s clear that he is an excellent player.
Injuries, suspensions, and nearly every kind of absence have come into play when we have selected for our games, and more quality depth is required.
Bacuna is under contract with the English team for another year, and they may be willing to sell him before the end of his deal instead of letting him walk as a free agetn next year.
It’s possible that missing out on Champions League football has put a dent in our finances, but the addition of a bargain signing could make up for that.