Latest Rangers transfer news as Clement warned about recruitment so far and Hamza Igamane nears deal

Hamza Igamane is believed to have agreed a switch to Rangers which is expected to be announced soon.

The Morocco under-23s striker is expected to sign on the dotted line before the Gers squad return for pre-season training on Monday as Philippe Clement lands his fifth summer signing. It's believed they will pay FAR Rabat about £1.5million for the 21-year-old sensation who is expected to get his first full international call-up this year.

He is one of the hottest prospects in North Africa and made 13 goal contributions in 23 appearances for last campaign. Igamame mainly plays through the middle but can also operate on either wing and will add more attacking threat to the Ibrox men. It comes after Connor Barron was officially unveiled as a Rangers player after joining fellow new boys Jefte, Oscar Cortes and Clinton Nsiala.

Meanwhile, former Light Blues defender Alan Hutton has issued a warning about the transfer business. He points out that the ones added so far are all inexperienced and would like to see the club go the opposite way from now on.

He told Best Online Poker Sites: “They let five players go this year and brought in some players, but they’re all young and inexperienced. They haven’t played in the league and need time to adjust to how intense it is with the fans.

“I thought they should’ve gone for Lawrence Shankland last season and I still think they should go for him this season, but I think they will look for a younger option. Recruitment needs to be better. For me there’s too much player turnover at Rangers, they need to build a settled team like at Celtic.

“There’s so many questions over Rangers this season, will Connor Goldson stay? Will James Tavernier stay? These are top players that may need replacing. There’s a lot of pressure on the manager as the recruitment needs to be right so that they can hit the ground running after last year because of how they finished last season.

“Philippe Clement is under pressure already after how Rangers finished last season, they didn’t beat Celtic in the league and lost in the Scottish Cup final, that’s not good enough and it has to be better.”