Rangers recruitment report card: 29 biggest hits and misses overseen by sporting director Ross Wilson

The Ibrox sporting director could well be heading for the exit door amid interest from Nottingham Forest.

Rangers fans have been far from pleased with sporting director Ross Wilson’s recruitment over the last 18 months and it has led to protests against him and managing director Stewart Robertson in recent times.

The 39-year-old Scot, who took over from Mark Allen in October 2019, has overseen a lot of activity during his three-and-a-half years in Govan and while he will always be judged on transfers, Wilson has filled a number of other roles in the background.

It’s up for debate as to whether his role in signing off 29 arrivals across seven transfer window have been a success or deemed a failure. Injury has hampered a number of players, including Ianis Hagi and Kemar Roofe.

Here, GlasgowWorld have analysed all 29 Rangers signings made during Ross Wilson’s tenure and assessed whether they have been a hit or a miss:

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