Rangers best signings are yet to come as Jury goes out on Philippe Clement's transfer business

Which of Rangers' signings so far will have the biggest impact on their season?

KEITH: Rangers have been on a bit of a fishing expedition so far this summer in an attempt to bring in young players who might turn a big profit at some point in the future. And, given the lack of assets in last season's squad, that's shrewd business. But Philippe Clement needs three or four experienced recruits for the here and the now. They'll be the key signings for next season.

ANDY: It's hard to know given most of the signings remain unknown quantities who will need time to adjust to Scotland. But Connor Barron should hit the ground running following his move from Aberdeen and I expect to see him settling in quickly.

SCOTT: Connor Barron has the most experience in this league. He knows what it takes and you can see him hitting the ground and running. The others might take to adjust.

It's Spain vs France and Netherlands vs England in the Euro 2024 semis. Who's going to win it?

KEITH JACKSON: Buckle up folks, England will be playing in Berlin with another chance to make all Scottish nightmares come true. The good news is, they'll come up against a proper side - be that Spain or France - and they'll come up short once again. My money is on the Spaniards to triumph again.

ANDY NEWPORT: Spain have been the team of the tournament so far and will fancy themselves to get past the French and take on England, who will no doubt bore the Dutch to death in their semi-final. Thankfully La Liga wonderkids Lamine Yamal and Nico Williams don't look the type to be stifled by Southgate's stuffy tactics and should spare us all the pain of a Three Lions triumph.

SCOTT BURNS: Spain have been the best team to watch but France and England have both found a way of progressing without playing well. I would be surprised if that theme doesn’t continue. I still think when push comes to shove that the French will win.

Should Celtic sign Paulo Bernardo or can they do better?

KEITH: Bernardo has shown in glimpses that he has the potential to become a big presence at Parkhead. For that reason he's worth a punt. But the price would have to be right as he's far from the finished article.

ANDY: Only if the money is right. The Portuguese ace showed in flashes he's an attacking threat but it wasn't nearly enough to justify the £6million Benfica believe he's worth. Haggle the fee down by a couple of million and it's a deal worth pursuing.

SCOTT: He isn’t a player I would be breaking the bank for. He has potential but he hasn’t really hit the heights at Celtic. He could but I wouldn’t be going all in to get him. I certainly wouldn’t be paying in excess of £4 million.

The Premier Sports Cup group stage starts next week. Who do you think will win it?

KEITH: Celtic rule the roost again now that Brendan Rodgers has got a tricky first season out of the way with another league title in the bag. A season of dominance lies ahead and it will start by sticking the first trophy of the season in the cabinet.

ANDY: The Old Firm will be favourites as normal but the likes of Aberdeen and Hearts need to make this competition more of a priority. Hearts choked when they made it to the semi-finals last year and the Dons can't really say they had a go at Rangers in the final either.

SCOTT: Rangers and Celtic will be odds on. I still think Hearts and Aberdeen could both have the potential to be dark horses.