Rangers's summer signings
Experienced centre forward joined Rangers from Stoke City last Friday -the first signing to arrive at Ibrox in two years, in a deal worth around 750,0000, An alteraction with Stoke manager Tony Pulis helped hasten his departure, but Beattie has arrived in Scotland determined to breathe life into his career. Made a favourable first impression against Kilmarnock on his debut.
Young Slovakian arrives on a one-year loan from Manchester City, having previously been a target for Celtic. The winger played in the World Cup finals - featuring in the games against New Zealand, Paraguay and the Netherlands - and has 12 full international caps. Weiss's grandfather and father - also both Vladimir - played for the Slovakian national team, too, and the latter is the current coach.
Croatian striker has upset Rapid Vienna with his determination to leave the Austrian club for Rangers, but will be a welcome addition to the Ibrox forward line. Has been a prolific goalscorer in Europe and domestically, and was twice on target when Rapid drew 3-3 with Celtic in the Europa League last season. Fee of 4 million agreed between Rapid and Rangers and Walter Smith praying it is money well spent.