Rangers have reportedly reached an agreement in principle with PAOK to secure the services of their striker Antonio Colak.
According to Giannis Chorianopoulos, the 28-year-old will soon be travelling to Scotland for his medical and complete his transfer to Ibrox.
They have submitted a third bid for the Croatia international which is close to where the Greek side value him.
Via Twitter, the Sportime journalist wrote, “PAOK and Rangers have an agreement in principle for Antonio Čolak. Rangers third bid really close to PAOK demands. Čolak is about to travel in Scotland for medicals.”
Colak has been a target for the club in the last few weeks and they were struggling to reach an arrangement with PAOK over a fee.
Giovanni van Bronckhorst wanted the striker and it seemed that the club were having delays in getting a deal over the line.
They tabled two offers and both were instantly rejected by the Greek side who kept asking for more in order to sell him.
However, they always maintained that the player was for sale and the Croatian himself appeared to be keen on the move.
This played a major part in this reaching the stage where it has, and he is now set to travel to Scotland for his medical.
Hopefully, this is the last stage and the next we hear about him is that he’s in Glasgow all set to complete the formalities with a formal announcement to follow shortly after.
In other Rangers news, contract talks with a key player have hit a new impasse with a summer exit now on the cards.