By Mike Slater

29th Apr, 2023 | 5:10pm

Rangers are set to launch a new transfer push to sign FC Aris attacker Luis Palma this summer, according to Diario La Prensa.

The Honduran newspaper has reported in its print edition [29 April, pg 227] that doors are being opened for the Greek League star after his performances this season.

It is shared that Manchester United scouts have been watching Palma, with reports now coming that Rangers will launch a £4.4million offer once the window opens.

They wrote: “The performances of Luis Palma in the Aris of Greece open doors for him, and after learning that a scout from Manchester United followed him, the Greek media highlight that Rangers will be €5million to sign him.”


This could be one of the big moves that Michael Beale makes in the summer.

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It looks as though the most changes will be made in the final third, with Ryan Kent and Alfredo Morelos the two big names likely to be moving on, although there could be more.

Rabbi Matondo, Scott Wright and Antonio Colak are three other names who haven’t been used much by Beale since his arrival from Queens Park Rangers.

Should they move on too, there are five spaces to fill with wages being moved on and fees being brought in, to be used on Palma and potentially many more.

One thing for sure is that there will be changes galore with money spent, and this could be the summer where we claw back what has been lost in the last couple of years.

Changes are needed and Palma could be the signing to open the floodgates at Ibrox, fingers crossed.

In other Rangers news, yet another attacker could leave alongside Kent and Morelos this week after what Beale has seen