Steven Gerrard hints more signings are on the way at Glasgow Rangers

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The 38-year-old will lead Rangers in his first competitive match in charge when the Scottish side host Macedonia's FK Shkupi in the first leg of their Europa League preliminary qualifying round tie later on Thursday.

Rangers suffered a famous defeat to Luxembourg's Progres Niederkorn at the same stage last year - their first return to European competition in six years.

Along with a potential deal for Cooper, Umar Sadiq and Lassana Coulibaly will join on loan this week when they receive worldwide clearance.

And Gerrard has revealed that there are still plans for further strengthening.

"There's no number on it", he told reporters. "We'll be there when we're there".

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"Good players are on the same wavelength and good players gel pretty quick and that's what we've tried to into the transfer market for - for good players, for talents". They have done exactly what they said they would do when we spoke before I got the job. "We feel the squad has improved an very bad lot", he said. "We'll try and get them in".

Umar Sadiq is on the path to becoming a super star and Rangers Manager, Steven Gerrard is confident the player has the potential to succeed.

"I've nothing to say on Jake Cooper or any other player that belongs to another club". "I won't add to speculation at all".

Gerrard confirmed that defender Bruno Alves' contract at Rangers has been terminated by mutual consent as he prepares to join Italian club Parma.

He also scored two goals for the Ibrox club.

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