Rangers have been urged to sign Motherwell striker Kevin van Veen.

Former Light Blues defender Craig Moore believes the Dutchman should be signed up by his old club as part of the summer rebuild.

Michael Beale is planning a busy summer of transfers, as the Englishman aims to reshape his first-team squad at Ibrox.

Kieran Dowell has already been announced on a three-year contract from Norwich City. Dujon Sterling is expected to be announced soon, while Jack Butland is another name who has been strongly linked on a free.

With Alfredo Morelos and Ryan Kent leaving the club though, it's up front that Beale will need to heavily focus on in the coming weeks and months.

Antonio Colak remains the only recognised centre forward on the books at Rangers.

And Moore reckons that Van Veen is an option that would be fairly low risk, and cheap for Rangers to explore.

Stuart Kettlewell recently claimed van Veen would be unattainable for clubs in Scotland, but the Aussie former centre back reckons he could be available for £750,000.

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He told Go Radio: "Kevin van Veen to a Rangers, for example. You spend, say £750,000. A player that knows the league. He's not over the hill, he's 31.

"He's shown that he does it in this league. Sometimes you spend more on someone that there's a risk factor to it, coming to a new country, being able to settle in.

"I'm not saying Kevin van Veen starts for Rangers. But I'm saying that Rangers need two, three, four strikers. I'm telling you right now, there will be worse options out there."

Asked if he could see the move happening he added: "I don't know, this is just me. That kind of goalscoring record. Big, physical.

"If you're dominating the ball and creating opportunities, he's a goalscorer."

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