Rangers have made an offer to sign Turkish goalkeeper Berke Ozer
Rangers are looking to sign Turkish goalkeeper Berke Ozer, according to reports from En Son Haber.
The Turkish media outlet, which has over 460k Twitter followers and has its account verified, have reported that the Gers have made an offer for the goalkeeper.
The 22-year-old is a free agent after his contract with Fenerbahce has expired.
The likes of Benfica and Anderlecht have shown interest, but Rangers are looking more likely to secure his signature.
Replacement for McGregor?
Ozer is a talented young goalkeeper, and the Bears won’t have to pay a penny to sign him.
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This type of signing would be ideal for the club. He is young and talented and will have a resale value if he does well at Ibrox.
He can work in tandem with Jon McLaughlin in the upcoming season, and from the business point of view, it makes perfect sense.
Are the Gers looking to replace Allan McGregor?
The 40-year-old was superb last season, and there have been reports that he could be offered another deal with incentives of coaching roles [The Daily Record].
As of now, McGregor hasn’t signed a new deal at Ibrox, and his future remains up in the air.
It’s high time, Rangers must look to find young talents who can replace him in the long run.
It remains to be seen how it unfolds in the next few days, but Turkish media suggests that the player could replace McGregor at Ibrox next season.
In other Rangers news, the Gers want to raid this billionaire-owned club to sign a new left-back who could be Bassey’s replacement.