Rangers: Fee agreed for Antonio Colak with PAOK yet to decide if he can leave

Rangers have agreed a charge of round £1.8m with PAOK for Antonio Colak, however the Greek membership have yet to decide if they may let the striker transfer to Ibrox.

Giovanni Van Bronkhorst is eager to add Colak to his attacking choices forward of the brand new Scottish Premiership season, with the participant eager on a transfer to Glasgow.

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The 28-year-old, who spent the first half of final season on mortgage at Malmo, has additionally agreed private phrases.

Colak has been capped thrice for Croatia and scored a double because the Swedish facet knocked Rangers out of the Champions League on the third qualifying stage final summer time.

He scored 19 objectives for Jon Dahl Tomasson’s facet earlier than returning to PAOK in January the place he discovered his choices restricted.

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Alfredo Morelos is within the closing yr of his present deal at Rangers

With continued hypothesis about Alfredo Morelos’ future, the Ibrox facet want new attacking choices.

Spanish membership Sevilla have been linked with the Colombian, who’s within the closing yr of his present deal at Ibrox, though studies of a proper bid had been dismissed.

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Amad Diallo has returned to Manchester United following his mortgage spell and Cedric Itten joined Swiss membership BSC Young Boys final month.

Boyd: Rangers do not want to promote Morelos

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Kris Boyd believes his former membership Rangers are in a robust place and don’t want to be compelled into promoting striker Alfredo Morelos this summer time

Kris Boyd insists Rangers are in a robust place with Alfredo Morelos, insisting there isn’t a want to be pushed into letting the striker go.

“It has been every single transfer window since he has arrived that he is basically going to leave.

“There might be a day that he does.

“Right now I think Rangers are in a good position. It is not a case that they have to sell. There is room there to go and negotiate with teams.

“I’ve mentioned it earlier than, each participant has a price ticket. If somebody needs to meet that valuation then I’m certain Rangers will discuss it.

“As it stands, he is a Rangers player.”

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