Rangers in advanced talks for brand new transfer as £3.5m release clause drops

According to AfricaFoot, Rangers will need to fulfill Adama Traore’s £3.5 million release clause in order to beat Fenerbahce to his contract.

As to the news outlet’s article on July 7, the Light Blues have been in “advanced talks” [AfricaFoot, 26 May] for the Mali winger; nevertheless, they are currently up against fierce competition from Jose Mourinho’s team.
The 29-year-old has a release clause in his contract, and Ferencvaros is eager to sell to the best bidder, so Philippe Clement might have to approve covering the full amount. This information has suddenly surfaced.

Rangers have already confirmed six players as new members of the squad, but they still need attacking options at Ibrox for 2024–2025 Clement. Rangers have been incredibly busy in the transfer market thus far.

Jefte, Clinton Nsiala, Connor Barron, Liam Kelly, Hamza Igamane and Oscar Cortes have already put pen to paper but the squad is nowhere near as strong as it needs to be when the season starts next month.
Attack is an area that especially needs additions with the future of Cyriel Dessers up in the air [Chris Jack, 3 July], Sam Lammers likely to leave and big question marks about Todd Cantwell [The Sun, 20 June], Scott Wright and Tom Lawrence too.
Traore would add experience to the side and having won trophies in the past, it could well be the type of signing that is needed to help aid a young squad along in a race.

But with Mourinho now firmly in the race for his signature, Rangers will have to move quickly or face missing out on another target this summer.

In other Rangers news, one Ibrox ace is surely set to leave the club after what Four Lads Had A Dream revealed.

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