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Rangers make “proposal” for ex-Malmo and Croatia striker Colak

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Rangers are said to have made a bid for PAOK’s Croatian international striker, Antonio Colak.

The report has emanated from Greece on Tuesday afternoon, providing a welcoming source of player interest with the detail stating that more is expected to follow on this live developing story.

Colak shold be very familiar with the supporters given his significant input last season to dump Steven Gerrard’s team out of the Champions League qualifiers when he was with Malmo, as the Swedish side made their way through to the group stages.

The breaking report contained the following info:

According to information from SPORT24, Rangers has submitted a proposal to PAOK for Antonio Colak.”

“The proposal of the Europa League finalists is self-evidently tempting for the Croatian striker, now waiting for the decision of the officials of PAOK for the fate of this offer.”

Meanwhile, local journalist Nikos Toskitsis has briefed that the intial bid has been rejected by the Greek Super League club from Thessaloniki.

Sport24 also stated that there is significant interest from other clubs for the German-born striker so it will be very interesting to see how quickly there is movement, with the player said to be unhappy at present.

The arrival of such a prominent frontman would pose new questions on the futures of Alfredo Morelos and Kemar Roofe but with Rangers just six days from the return to pre-season training, an increase of transfer activity and speculation is hardly a surprise.

More to follow on Rangers’ reported chase for Antonio Colak.

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