Philippe Clement continues Rangers backroom staff revamp with ex-Marseille talent spotter

Rangers have added a new scout with a former Marseille talent-spotter joining their staff.

Ludovic Lemor joins the Ibrox backroom team as a technical scout after leaving the French giants this summer. His title at Marseille was first team scout and he covered Belgium, Luxembourg and the Netherlands as well as Scandinavia for the Ligue 1 club.

He is a fellow Belgian of manager Philippe Clement and prior to working at Les Olympiens he built up experience in football at Double Pass, a business which helps clubs with talent development. Lemor has shared his new position at Gers on LinkedIn, stating he started work this month.

It sees Clement continue to revamp his backroom staff at the same time as his playing squad. Last week, he welcomed Dutch coach Andries Ulderink, joining Stephan Van Der Hayden, Alex Rae, Brian Gilmour and goalkeeping coach Colin Stewart. Ulderink was most recently at Royal Antwerp and has also worked at FC Twente, Ajax and Reading.

In terms of player signings, they're expected to announce Morrocco under-23s striker Hamza Igamane as their sixth summer addition. The 21-year-old follows Jefte, Clinton Nsiala, Oscar Cortes, Connor Barron and Liam Kelly.

A deal for Scotland midfielder Kenny McLean is thought to have stalled while Bayern Munich's young winger has opted to go to Augsburg instead of Rangers. In terms of outgoing, Cyriel Dessers is attracting serious interest from teams in Spain, France and Saudi Arabia as well as Greek side PAOK.