Michael Beale has confidently stated he has a 'good amount of money to spend' at Rangers this summer.
The Englishman seems to be pushing for new recruits at the end of the season with an Ibrox exodus at risk of out of contract players. Namely the ongoing sagas of attackers Ryan Kent and Alfredo Morelos who both look set to end their Glasgow spells. Beale has stressed he wants to keep key bodies around with the imminent futures of veterans Ryan Jack, Allan McGregor, Scott Arfield and Steven Davis all up in the air.
Yet the Light Blues gaffer has nailed his colours to the mast and told Rangers fans to expect signings before next season. Beale revealed his relationship with Sporting Director Ross Wilson is 'very aligned' but that most dealings will be done in house for the time being.
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He said: “There's been a lot of work the past couple of weeks. Speaking to players in house and also us sitting down and looking at the recruitment towards next year as well. As soon as we've got something to share we will share it.
"We are very aligned and I have a strong relationship with Ross. We are clear on our decisions and I have been for a number of weeks, and we will select the correct moment to communicate this. We have money to spend - a good amount for a Rangers manager, I think, and I'm really positive about the summer and the future.
"I appreciate that everyone wants us to communicate outwards which players we're signing and things like that. But it doesn't work like that. We have 10 games to go so I have to be respectful, to the players inside as well. There's a lot of moving parts in that."
On Kent and Morelos he added: "Nothing's changed in relation to them. They're both training well and available for selection.
"With both of them you're more than welcome to ask me every week and get the same answer. No we've spoken to them and it's still ongoing."
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