Rangers opinion: Gers in for Adam Buksa – Good move?
According to a report in Daily Record, Rangers are keeping a close eye on Polish U21 international striker Adam Buksa. The 22-year-old was watched closely by scouts from Ibrox, as Steven Gerrard aims to bring in a centre-forward in the upcoming transfer window.
The Gers are currently second in the table and way behind runaway leaders Celtic in the title race. They must be aiming to improve on the quality of the squad in the upcoming windows.
Certainly, challenging the Hoops would be the aim, while picking up a domestic trophy and doing well in Europe should be on the agenda.
For that to happen, adding some good players in the summer window would be key. Here’s why they should sign Adam Buksa to take the first of many steps in the right direction:
Buksa’s versatility and pace could be beneficial for Rangers
Adam Buksa is currently playing for Polish club Pogon Szczecin and has hit the heights there, with a return of 9 goals and 4 assists in 20 appearances in all competitions.
In terms of the style of play, the 22-year-old is a tall player who wins a fair share of aerial duels. His pace is quite deceptive, that it can fool any defender in the circuit.
The Polish U21 international is not bad in and around the 18-yard box as well. His finishing is spot on most times and is always eager to test the opposition keeper with shots on goal.
Furthermore, Buksa can also play on either wing and be effective.
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All in all, we can see why Rangers are scouting and keeping a close eye on him. With Alfredo Morelos inconsistent in various ways, and Kyle Lafferty and Jermaine Defoe struggling to make an impact, the Pogon striker could be an ideal addition to Steven Gerrard’s team.
His versatility would help the manager to use him in the wide attacking areas, an area which needs strengthening in the summer.