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FOOTBALL SCOTLAND 🔵 Latest Rangers transfer news on Kabadayi, Rrahmani and Celtic linked defender

Rangers mean business and are wasting absolutely no time in getting cracking in the transfer market.

The Light Blues have already secured three new signings in the shape of left-back Jefte, winger Oscar Cortes back on another loan and the pre-contract signing of AC Milan defender Clinton Nsiala. That’s all on top of Mohamed Diomande’s loan becoming permanent, as we all knew was happening.

They are now closing in on their fourth as they lead the race for Bayern Munich’s Yusuf Kabadayi, it’s believed. He is just off the back of a loan with Schalke and it’s being reported Gers have agreed a fee of around £1m-£1.5m for the winger who at 20 years of age seems to be one with plenty of potential.

Celtic as first thought. The centre-back, 23, has been on loan at RB Salzburg from Salernitana and could now leave the Serie B side permanently.

The Austrian side do have an option to buy him permanently but Brendan Rodgers’ side were thought to be waiting in the wings if that doesn’t happen. But wires may have been crossed somewhere as, according to Sky Austria, it is actually the Ibrox men who hold an interest.

Another player both Old Firm sides have been linked with in the past is Scotland striker Tommy Conway. And the Bristol Post say he is now available for transfer as his club Bristol City have grown tired of him stalling over a new deal. Either Scottish side could land the sharpshooter, 21, for around £300,000 in compensation next summer when his contract is up but would presumably have to pay a bit more if they wanted to get in now and ensure no-one else gets there first.

Another striking option is Rapid Bucharest’s Albion Rrahmani and there has been plenty chatter linking the Kosovan with Ibrox. His club have now admitted to receiving « good offers » for him.

Sporting director Daniel Sandu: “Rrahmani will be at training tomorrow. I don’t know if he’s leaving. The transfer window opens in June. It lasts until September. It’s time for all kinds of moves. I expect more players from Rapid to leave. There are good offers for (Rrahmani).”

Fans’ tongues have been wagging over the fact Rrahmani seems to have started following a Glasgow café and some current Rangers players on social media.

Meanwhile, Tom Lawrence has been told to choose Sheffield United over Premier League newcomers Ipswich after it emerged both were interested along with Besiktas.

Carlton Palmer told Football League World: “Tom Lawrence has proven that he is a player who can operate at the top Championship level, and he would be a good signing for Sheffield United. He has picked up a few injuries in recent seasons, but he is durable, and he can play anywhere across the forward line. So, he would be a very, very good signing for Sheffield United if they can get it over the line.

“I suppose the fee is not going to be massive given Tom’s age. Obviously, he would be flattered that his name has been linked to Ipswich Town, but he will be conscious of the fact he is 30, and he will be wanting to play regular football. Will that be guaranteed at Ipswich Town? Maybe not and if he goes to Sheffield United under Chris Wilder, he will be guaranteed more game time.”

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