By Saikat Mandal

6th Jul, 2022 | 8:40pm

Antonio Colak due to arrive at Glasgow Airport on Wednesday to complete Rangers move

Antonio Colak is due to arrive at Glasgow Airport on Wednesday to complete his move to Rangers, as reported by The Scottish Sun.

The newspaper reported on their website on 6 July that the 28-year-old striker is now prepared to complete his formalities to become the second major signing for the Gers.

Greek side PAOK granted the player permission to leave their training camp in the Netherlands after they secured his replacement, and it seems the deal is edging closer.

Brilliant addition

The Croatian striker has been lined for a move to Ibrox for a long time. The fee and personal terms were thought to have been agreed and now the club has given a green signal for the transfer to go through. 

There have been different reports on what the final transfer fee will be for Colak, but it is widely reported that it should be around £1.8million. 

The forward is due to sign for the Light Blues on a three-year contract, and he will become the second major arrival at the club this summer after John Souttar. 

If he is due to arrive at the Glasgow airport on Wednesday, it only suggests that this deal is finally about to get across the line.

Bolstering the forward department was necessary this summer, even though the future of Alfredo Morelos still hanging in the balance. 

Rangers have done well to keep some of their senior players, but more cash could come into the club this summer if some big-name players depart. 

In other Rangers news, the club are not actively pursuing another highly-rated target on their radar, potentially allowing a rival to land him.