By Mike Slater

28th Jun, 2022 | 8:30am

Antonio Colak wants Rangers transfer as he jets out to Holland, talks continue

Rangers are still locked in open talks with PAOK over the signing of Antonio Colak this summer, according to the Daily Record.

The newspaper has reported in their print edition [28 June, pg. 44 & 52] that the Croatian is keen on the move to Ibrox, but the Bears must pay £2.6million to make it happen.

With nothing agreed, Colak has jetted off to Holland for his sides’ pre-season training camp ahead of the new campaign starting next month.

PAOK are also said to be aware that Colak wants the move, so this one should be straightforward.

Ross Wilson is known for getting the best deals, so even with this demand in front of him, he will likely be trying to get that reduced as far as he can.

Colak doesn’t appear to have put in a request to leave despite his desire to move to Glasgow, and that could speed things up as he prepares for the new campaign in Holland.

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Rangers need to kickstart their summer business sooner rather than later.

With other clubs around us already bringing in numerous new faces, fans have every right to be somewhat concerned that nothing appears to be happening at Ibrox.

Colak coming in as a new talisman would send a message to the Scottish Premiership that Rangers are coming with more firepower, and clubs should be concerned.

Of course, there are concerns regarding the future of Alfredo Morelos, but getting this sorted before anything happens with the Bufalo will ease any fears.

Giovanni van Bronckhorst and Wilson need to be proactive, not reactive this summer and they must not wait for players to potentially leave before they start their own business.

It may not be long until we are tracking flights from Holland into Glasgow, fingers crossed anyway with a new number nine on the cards in the shape of the Croatian star.

In other Rangers news, scouts at Ibrox are said to have watched this ‘immense’ powerhouse numerous times ahead of a potential major transfer