Trio handed Rangers trials
By Lewis Rutledge
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
New Rangers manager Paul Le Guen has handed trials to three players.
New Rangers manager Paul Le Guen has handed trials to three players as he looks to bolster his squad further ahead of the new Scottish Premier League season.
Former Marseille striker Cyril Chapuis, Senegalese midfielder Makhtar N'Diaye and Juventus youngster Davide Tosetti have all been invited to Ibrox to showcase their skills.
Both Chapuis and N'Diaye worked with Le Guen at Rennes but have struggled in recent seasons and will be desperate to make the most of their opportunity.
Chapuis, once touted as a future superstar, has been out of football for the past six months after a proposed move to Belgian club Beveren fell through.
N'Diaye has also seen his career go into reverse over the last couple of years.
He was a member of the Senegal squad who impressed at the 2002 World Cup but spent last season playing in the Swiss league for minnows Yverdon-Sport.
18-year-old Tosetti played a major role in Juventus' successful youth team last term and could prove to be an inspired pick by Le Guen if he lives up to his promise.