So far Rangers FC have made four signings during the January transfer window(at the time of writing this article) and they are showing no indications of slowing down.

A number of players are being linked with a possible to Ibrox this month and the latest one is a former Manchester United flop.

As per the latest rumours, the Teddy Bears are planning to launch a bid for Ravel Morrison.

According to a number of footballing greats, Ravel Morrison was the best player to have ever come out of the Man United academy but the player failed to make it to the top level at Old Trafford.

After a series of problems in his personal life, Morrison was finally sold off to West Ham in 2012.

Everyone thought, the English youngster was going to make good use of this opportunity but his career graph never quite recovered.

Currently, he is under contract at Lazio but is spending the season out on loan to Atlas.

Ravel Morrison is often described as the biggest disappointment in English football but with his contract with Lazio expiring in the summer, Rangers might just be interested in signing him.

Yes, the player has a series of personal problems but the basic fact is that he is still highly talented.

Lazio has barely used the services of the midfielder and with his deal expiring in six months, Rangers can get him for dirt cheap.

Not to forget, Ravel Morrison is still just 25 years old meaning he still has a fair amount of football left in him and if the Gers can manage to scoop him up, it will be nothing short of a bargain.

Having said all this though, the news is still in its initial phases and there is no concrete report on this possible interest.

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