By Pranav Shahaney

27th Apr, 2023 | 4:10pm

Rangers striker Antonio Colak recently changed his agent and this comes at a time when he isn’t being utilised enough by Michael Beale.

The 29-year-old revealed on his Instagram account on 26 April that he had signed up with CAA Stellar agency, little over a month before the transfer window opened.

The Croatian enjoyed a flying start to life at Ibrox but since Beale’s arrival, he’s found game time hard to come by.

This is certainly a surprising turn of events given the fact that Colak was in the running for the Golden Boot after the first 10-12 games.

Despite his underwhelming goal-scoring record before his switch to Ibrox, he appeared to be a perfect fit under Giovanni van Bronckhorst.

However, Beale’s arrival has seen the former assistant prefer to play Alfredo Morelos despite the Colombian having one foot out of the exit door.

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This shows that he sees Colak as just a squad player and Morelos’ exit does not necessarily mean that he will be bumped up to first choice.

A change of agency means one thing and that’s him not being fully committed to the Beale project as he could still be a first-team player elsewhere.

It remains to be seen if Beale can convince him to stay but as of now, it seems like an exit very much appears to be on the cards.

In other Rangers news, the club are clearly playing a sick joke with their supporters after they made an announcement about a senior player this week.