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Interest in international striker is “real”, Gers expected to pick up the pace

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Rangers could well be about to make their first signing of the summer, if you don’t include John Souttar and contract extensions that is.

PAOK Salonika striker Antonio Colak was first mentioned as a possible target yesterday – 21st June – with Vital Rangers providing a report on the initial link that came from Greece.

If you haven’t erased it altogether, Colak was probably one of those names that you remembered from somewhere, unfortunatly for us, he was the one who knocked us out of the Champions League, bodying our back four to score two excellently taken goals when there didn’t seem to be much on.

Writing on their Patreon site, The 4th Official has revealed that a bid could well be around the corner for the 28-year old:

“According to Sport24, Rangers have made a bid for the striker. Another subsequent report claims that the bid has been rejected.

“Now I asked several of my contacts and can confirm that this interest from Rangers is real. Rangers are interested and we should expect the pace of business to pick up now.

“However, whether there has been an official bid (and if it’s turned down or not), I do not know.”

This is very much a rumour that will divide the support based on whether your glass is half full, or half empty, but if you look beyond his 2022 form in terms of goals for a dysfunctional team, there is a lot to like – as Connor Goldson and Leon Balogun will both atest to.

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