Rangers chief Stewart Robertson has suggest the club are close to making further additions to the squad ahead of first-team’s return to training.
The Ibrox side announced the signing of Ianis Hagi on a permanent deal last week after renegotiating the clause on the loan deal with Genk.
Managing director Robertson explained that Rangers have been scouring the transfer market and scouting extensively in order to make improvements to the team and that the board will “absolutely” back Steven Gerrard.
The club are set to attend TransferRoom’s virtual summit which will present opportunities to connect with clubs across Europe as they get a sense of how the transfer market could operate.
In an update to fans on the club’s YouTube channel, Robertson said: "As Ross [Wilson, sporting director] has said recently, a lot of work has been going on through the Covid situation. Now, the work hasn't stopped.
"If anything, the scouting and recruitment team have been working harder than ever.
"And that's with a view to making sure we have a strong as possible team on the pitch for the start of the season.
"The scouting work has been extensive on that side of things and we're looking forward to some more announcements coming in the not too distant future."
Robertson revealed the first-team hope to be back for pre-season training by 15 June as he confirmed season ticket holders would be able to access all the club’s home games when played behind closed doors.