Rangers boss Steven Gerrard has hinted his summer spending could be OVER.

The Gers manager has so far brought in nine new players to Ibrox since January - when he tied a couple up on pre-contracts.

The likes of Sheyi Ojo, Jordan Jones and Joe Aribo have already proved their worth to the Light Blues.

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While Brandon Barker and Filip Helander have yet to feature.

Gerrard and his club have been linked with more players - including Argentine Leonel Di Placido - but the manager insists he'd be happy with his squad if the window was to slam shut now.

He said: "I am happy, I think we’ve made enough signings at the moment. 

"If something unique happens then that could change things."

The key for Gerrard in terms of his summer movement will be whether or not any clubs come calling for his stars.

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Alfredo Morelos has been linked with a move away while Newcastle and Aston Villa have been credited with an interest in James Tavernier.

So the ex-Liverpool player still refused to rule out any more movement - even if he's content at this time.

He added: "If someone comes and takes one of my players or there is a bargain to be had it could change."