By Mike Slater

3rd Jul, 2022 | 8:10am

Rangers hope to get Antonio Colak deal done soon, fee and personal terms agreed

Rangers “hope” to get the deal for PAOK forward Antonio Colak done very soon, according to Jordan Campbell.

Despite the move dragging along slowly, the Bears’ move for the Croatian is still very much on with the fee agreed and personal terms already sorted.

Colak wants the move to Ibrox after Rangers illustrated just how keen they were for the move to happen with the possibility of Champions League football still on the cards too.

Writing on his personal Twitter account, Campbell shared that there is hope all around that a deal can be done sooner rather than later.

“The deal for Antonio Colak is still on but there are things that need to happen before PAOK will sanction it,” he wrote.

“Fee agreed, personal terms sorted, player wants to join as Rangers have been very keen, but PAOK need a replacement. It’s dragged on but the hope is it gets done soon.”

Done.

So, this deal is done.

There is nothing left that Rangers can do with the fee, as well as personal terms agreed, so PAOK need to let this one happen, regardless of their situation.

It looks as though the Greek side are waiting to sign off on the final paperwork but are dragging their feet at this moment in time with pre-season now underway.

Colak will be sitting around in the PAOK training camp in Holland right now waiting for the permission to jet into Scotland and complete the move officially.

Ross Wilson and Giovanni van Bronckhorst are sitting around and waiting for something to happen, but this has to be done before the squad jet out to Portugal for their own training camp.

Of course, there is the medical to come, but there should be no issues with that given he has featured for his side in their first friendlies already this summer.

Thankfully, this one isn’t dead, it’s just taking far too much time.

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