Rangers announce signing of “real winner” as Clement makes reported £4.3m move

Rangers announce signing of “real winner” as Clement makes reported £4.3m move

Midfielder Mohamed Diomande from Nordsjaelland has been announced as a new signing by Rangers, marking Philippe

Clement’s second deal of the summer.

Rangers announce signing of "real winner" as Clement makes reported £4.3m move
Rangers announce signing of “real winner” as Clement makes reported £4.3m move

With the appointment of Fabio Silva, the manager of the Gers got off to a quick start. However, he has encountered obstacles

in his quest to bolster his team and bring in more talent to Ibrox.

With Mohamed Diomande joining Rangers on an initial loan with a buyout option, a modern trend in January due to

financial fair play requirements, for a reported sum, according to Sky Sports, estimated to be in the region of £4.3 million,

the team appears to have made a bit of a statement.

Rangers back manager with Mohamed Diomande deal

Midfield might be an area that a lot of fans will feel doesn’t need this sort of investment, however, Clement and Nils Koppen

can’t pick and choose when the right players become available or what order they are signed in.

It’s abundantly clear that the gaffer recognises that he needs more depth in the attacking third but if the players aren’t

available at the right price or other clubs are waiting for other deals to be completed first, then there isn’t much he can do.

Rangers have signed a highly regarded 22-year-old Danish midfield player who is one of the finest in the league.

Classed as a “real winner” by Nordsjaelland’s director of football, his YouTube compilation makes for impressive viewing.

The arrival of DIomande raises concerns, meanwhile, regarding the prospects of players like Ryan Jack, Kieran Dowell, and

Jose Cifuentes.

There will be a lot of money seated in the stands, and the first three picks are John Lundstram, Nicolas Raskin, and Dujon


Spending £4.3m is an encouraging sign because Philippe Clement has shown that he is the real deal in his short tenure so far

and deserves to be backed.

He’s made tangible progress with players who were previously underperforming so, with better players, it can only be hoped

that this momentum continues.

A striker and a winger next please Mr Rangers.

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