Rangers boss Giovanni van Bronckhorst revealed that he cant predict the transfer window with the club recently stating that they did not need to sell any players despite operating losses. There are certain players that could attract offers forcing the Scottish Premiership club to make a decision about the same.

“It’s a difficult one. As a coach, I have had many transfer windows and it’s hard to predict what will happen because anything can happen.” Rangers boss Giovanni van Bronckhorst said. “The most important thing is to be prepared for whatever comes and that’s where all the work will have to be done between now and when the transfer window opens. We will see. It can go either way but hopefully, at the end of the window we have a better squad than when the transfer window opens.”

“We are discussing what has to be done but so far nothing has been decided yet about bringing in some new players in defence,” he added. “I spoke to Ross about it and he is still talking with his agent. So we have to wait. I saw reports he rejected an offer but that is untrue. They are still talking so hopefully we can have some more news in the coming weeks or months. I don’t have a clue what will happen because I have only been here for a couple of weeks. Maybe when I talk to Connor myself in the coming days and weeks I have more of a view on that.”

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