Rangers accept to shatter for Ibrox record ;to sign super striker amid £12.5m news

Rangers accept to shatter Ibrox record ;to sign super striker amid £12.5m news

Rangers have certainly invested heavily in attacking talent in recent transfer windows, both under Philippe Clement and Michael Beale.

In an extremely active summer transfer season, the latter welcomed Sam Lammers, Danilo, Cyriel Dessers, and Abdallah Sima to Ibrox.

Not all of those signings have worked out, as Sammers has already moved on loan, forcing Clement to make new acquisitions in January.

The Belgian manager turned to Fabio Silva, Mohammed Diomande, and Oscar Cortes, all of whom arrived on loan.

However, they may yet attempt to reinforce in this area during the next transfer window,

with Boca Juniors winger Luca Langoni being one option.

According to Football Scotland journalist Mark Hendry (16 January),

the Gers approached the 22-year-old last summer but ultimately chose another player. If they want to revive that desire this summer,

it would take a significant effort, according to Boca Noticias,

which reported on Thursday (15 February) that Langoni’s new contract now includes a $15 million (£11.9 million) release clause.

It would be the most expensive signing at Ibrox since the club entered administration in 2012,

with the Gers spending £12 million on Tore Andre Flo in 2000 [The Athletic, 1 December 2020].

If Langoni makes a big-money move to Scotland in the near future, he will surely have huge demands on his young shoulders.

Any move for the winger would undouAccording to remarks cited by the Daily Record,

“I have an answer to the question about Rob Cross being booed.” It appears that it all comes down to football.

He attended the Rangers game last night. That’s why I think.

Mardle responded, “Oh, don’t get involved with Scottish football!” Change of subject; darts are on!”

Rob Cross booed for Rangers‘ visit to Premier League darts.
Many darts fans, including prominent Sky commentator Mardle

, were first perplexed when Cross took the stage in Glasgow for round three of the Premier League darts.

btedly be contingent on what Clement has planned for his current crop of attackers,

as well as the funds available at Ibrox.

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