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Absolute Love: Call on £4 million from Clement, 28-year-old who could’ve quit Rangers…

Even though Rangers manager Philippe Clement is just getting to Ibrox, he has already made a significant call regarding John Souttar vs. Ben Davies within the team.

Although the Belgian manager is adamant that every player must contribute throughout the season, Scotland international John Souttar was picked ahead of Ben Davies in the team’s 4-0 victory over Hibs.

Ben Davies was benched for Rangers’ opening game under new manager Philippe Clement, a move that paid off right away for the team.

Even though the formidable center back had made a few mistakes recently, John Souttar still made an impression with his aggressive ball play and forward passing.

Nicolas Raskin’s outstretched boot was just barely missed by the center-back’s whipped ball into the box, which may have even added an assist to an otherwise excellent performance.

Philippe Clement makes John Souttar Ben Davies Rangers call

After a hit-or-miss season for Rangers, John Souttar’s performance was a bit of a comeback, but Ben Davies should also take note of Philippe Clement’s call.

More than a year has passed since the 28-year-old former Preston captain was allegedly transferred from Liverpool for £3 million, eventually rising to £4 million, and the verdict is still pending.

Returning to the side to shine against Real Betis earlier in the season, it was a rare glimpse from a player who has offered little and failed to bolster the defensive fragility of this Rangers team.

Ben Davies was apparently willing to battle for his spot, even though Stoke City showed interest in signing him on loan. As a result, he may have even departed Rangers in the summer.

Ben Davies may be recalled by Philippe Clement in the future, but by starting John Souttar next to Connor Goldson, he provides an indication of how he plans to approach the role.

It also makes both goalies focused because they are now playing for a chance to win the Scotland international shirt heading into a crucial run of games.

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