An update has emerged on Glasgow Rangers and their attempts to bring a new number nine to Ibrox in the summer transfer window…
According to the Daily Mail, the Gers have agreed personal terms with Antonio Colak as Ross Wilson closes in on a £1.8m deal to sign the centre-forward.
The report claims that the Light Blues are planning to fly him into Glasgow for a medical and media duties as soon as they are given the green light by PAOK to do so.
It is stated that the Greek club would like to bring in a replacement before they allow the striker to leave, and that is the only thing holding up the transfer.
With this transfer seemingly on the verge of going through, just imagine what it will be like to watch Colak linking up with Ryan Kent in a Rangers shirt next season.
The pair have the potential to be an exciting duo at the top of the pitch, as the English winger can provide the deliveries that the Croatian predator needs in front of goal.
He also boasts the goalscoring pedigree which indicates that he has the finishing ability to thrive in a team which creates plenty of chances, as he has proven that he has the quality to score on a regular basis.
Colak netted 19 goals in 40 games on loan at Malmo last season and managed 51 strikes in 90 appearances for HNK Rijeka earlier in his career, demonstrating that he has the natural ability to find the net consistently.
The former Liverpool man has the quality to put chances on a plate for Colak week in, week out, and that is why they have the makings of a fruitful partnership for Rangers.
Just imagine Kent whipping in crosses and threading through balls for the Croatia international to run onto before dispatching to the net. They have the potential to be a deadly duo at Ibrox, and fans will surely be excited to see what they can do together.