Rangers may have a bit of money to play around with in the summer transfer window with it being likely that Mark Allen will clear out a number of players that have failed to make their mark at Ibrox.
Add to that the possibility of offloading Alfredo Morelos and the Light Blues have the chance to add some real quality to their squad.
One player that director of football Allen should definitely have his eyes on his QPR midfielder Massimo Luongo, who has hit the form of his life at the London club in the past few weeks.
Australian news outlet The World Game has reported that Aston Villa are likely to make a bid for the 25-year-old midfielder in the summer, but Rangers should hijack the West Midlands club’s move as he has the potential to be like the new Tom Rogic in the Scottish Premiership.
Not only is Luongo an Australia international, but he also possesses fantastic technical ability and loves to dribble on the ball, similarly to the Celtic midfielder.
He also has a keen eye in front of goal, scoring four times in his last six starts for QPR.
Luongo should be affordable for the Light Blues but they would have to move quick as a successful World Cup could mean that the midfielder’s price will soar to unattainable heights.