Rangers Keeping Tabs on Relegated Sassuolo Defender Josh Doig

Scottish Premiership giants Rangers are reportedly keeping a close eye on Sassuolo left-back Josh Doig, according to Football Scotland.

The 22-year-old defender is unlikely to be short of suitors this summer after Sassuolo’s relegation to Serie B, the outlet reported on May 20th. Doig’s potential and talent are seen as a major asset for clubs looking to strengthen their backline.

Doig has already established himself in Serie A, impressing with his defensive capabilities and attacking contributions. His age aligns perfectly with Rangers’ transfer strategy of signing young players with high potential.

The versatile defender’s experience playing in various tactical systems makes him a valuable asset, offering both defensive solidity and offensive threat. This would provide manager Philippe Clement with more flexibility in his approach to matches.

Doig could be the ideal replacement for Borna Barisic, with the Scottish international potentially on his way out of Ibrox Stadium.