Rangers boss Giovanni van Bronckhorst is targeting the free agent amid major injury concerns

GIOVANNI VAN BRONCKHORST demands Rangers won’t plunge into the free specialist market to assist the crew with adapting to a developing rundown of significant injury concerns.

The Gers gaffer uncovered today that Connor Goldson will be out for “a while” having gotten a thigh thump in the midweek destroying at home to Liverpool.

The Ibrox side’s key safeguard limped off harmed, apparently resentful that he couldn’t proceed.

Rangers would proceed to lose the Bosses Association match 7-1 following a last part objective barrage from the Head Association goliaths.

van Bronckhorst perceives the significance of Goldson to the Rangers backline.

In any case, he concedes there are no designs to get more players in a bid to make up for the Brit’s misfortune.

Alongside Goldson, Tom Lawrence, Ryan Jack, John Souttar, Filip Helander and Ianis Hagi are central members who stay down and out longer term.

He said: “obviously, when you have such countless choices harmed you take a gander at the choices you have in the foundation.

“Choices you have inside the crew yet in addition look in the event that there are free specialists however as of now the free specialists are players who haven’t played a ton as of late or have quite recently returned from injury so we are open for any potential augmentations yet once more, you must have the right one.

“Thus, for the time being, we are not investigating getting players.”

Ben Davies was a short physical issue stress for the club too following Wednesday’s weighty loss.

Albeit, these underlying worries have been facilitated, with the ex-Preston player expected to play against Motherwell on Sunday.

The administrator proceeded: “Connor and Ryan have wounds. They left the pitch on Wednesday. They have both got strong wounds so they won’t be back temporarily.

“Ben had a thump on Wednesday however could proceed with the game. We have preparing today however I anticipate that he should be involved tomorrow (against Motherwell).

“It’s a major blow at whatever point you have wounds. Connor played every one of the games since I’ve joined the club. He was a consistently present and a vital player at the back with his instructing and his presence.

“We will not have him back for the following months so that is a major blow for us.”

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