By Pranav Shahaney

9th Jul, 2022 | 3:04pm

Rabbi Matondo set to jet into Scotland to complete Rangers medical

Rangers are set to secure the services of Schalke winger Rabbi Matondo after reportedly agreeing a fee with the German club.

According to Sport1 journalist Patrick Berger, he will fly into Scotland in the next 24 hours to complete his medical and join the Glasgow outfit.

Gers will reportedly pay a fee in the region of £2.5million in order to secure the services of the 21-year-old Wales international.

Via Twitter, Berger wrote, “Glasgow Rangers set to sign Rabbi Matondo. The Scottish side agree fee with Schalke (around €3m). The player should fly to Glasgow within the next 24 hrs to complete medicals.”

Big moves

Ross Wilson appears to be conducting the club’s transfer business at the speed of light this summer and these are exciting times.

A few days ago, Antonio Colak walked through the door and was quickly followed by Tom Lawrence with most of the sources being none the wiser.

There was interest reported in the Wales international, but things have got so close so quickly that he’s now set for a medical.

Wide attackers were the club’s concern last season and in Matondo, they will get someone who can play on either flank.

He’s lightning-quick and is a menace with the ball at his feet – beating defenders for dead with his skills and sheer pace,

He’s always been someone with a high ceiling and he certainly could realise it at Ibrox next season under the stewardship of Giovanni van Bronckhorst.

In other Rangers news, contract talks with a key player have hit a new impasse with a summer exit now on the cards.