Rangers fans are set for another summer of transition, as key players such as Ryan Kent, Allan McGregor and Scott Arfield are expected to depart.
Beale has promised to make changes at the club in the summer and his appointment as manager at Loftus Road is believed to have been made with a clear vision for the future.
1. Todd Cantwell
Beale, with the Ibrox side experiencing their worst run of results ever, is determined to make his mark on the Rangers squad. He anticipates a summer of change that will see new faces join forces to improve the team.
He hopes to add a starting goalkeeper, left centre-back, powerful central midfielder and versatile striker. He has already created an extensive list of targets with the intention of closing deals in the coming weeks.
Beale’s philosophy of pressing is centered around using traps and structures in specific areas of the pitch to quickly regain possession. He adheres to a 4-3-3 block but isn’t afraid to adjust it occasionally for optimal protection against opponents.
Given the level of interest they are seeing in the market and their ability to fit in with Beale’s plans, it appears likely that Moses and Kakay will stay at Ibrox. Both players have received exceptional coaching at the club and could become key figures at this level.
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2. Nicolas Raskin
Michael Beale has promised a summer of transformation at Rangers as they aim to close the gap with Celtic. With their Premiership standings still unchanged, Beale wants to bring in “massive-impact” players to help close that gap and reduce it further.
He also wants players who can handle the ball well, which is where Nicolas Raskin comes into play – the Belgian midfielder has already made an impact at Ibrox and was particularly impressive during Sunday’s 2-1 victory against County when he completed 72 passes – equalling James Tavernier and Glen Kamara’s completion rate.
There are still some uncertainties as to whether Raskin will stay or go, but his signing has given Beale some options in midfield. He could use him as a no-8, or push him up into the centre of the pitch where he can play a more defensive role and connect with his back four.
3. Morgan Whittaker
Beale has promised a summer of transformation at Rangers and is already looking to bolster his squad. After inheriting an under-performing squad, he seeks big-impact players in order to close the gap with Old Firm rivals Celtic.
Beale has had his sights set on Morgan Whittaker, the Swansea City forward who is being heavily linked with a move to Ibrox. The 22-year-old spent the first half of this season on loan at Plymouth where he put up some impressive numbers.
Beale has been looking for a replacement winger at the Championship club and hopes to sign him this month as he seeks another attacking option. He noted that Whittaker is aware of him and believes he can help the side improve.
Beale could consider Millwall’s Lovelace, who was signed by Giovanni van Bronckhorst last summer and has made the Light Blues’ B team this season. He can play anywhere along the front three and adds creative energy that could make an impact for their team.
4. Ryan Kent
With one-third of the first team squad out of contract, there is a high probability some may depart this summer. A major part of Beale’s agreement was the promise of funds to bring in fresh faces ahead of a summer rebuild.
Kent is another star who appears to be nearing the end of his contract at Glasgow United and it looks like that may be it. He’s been linked with a return to England on multiple occasions in recent years and the Ibrox club have taken an uncompromising stance when it comes to negotiations, but it appears his time in Glasgow may be up.
Beale has extensive knowledge of the Ibrox group from his previous stints, and he will not let sentiment or attachment to old teammates cloud his judgment when selecting who to keep and let go. It’s an encouraging approach from Beale, particularly as he desires to play dominant possession football with high-pressing.
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