By Mike Slater

15th May, 2023 | 11:10am

Rangers have finally made their move to sign Aris attacker Luis Palma this summer with a bid now on the table, according to Deportes TVC.

The online outlet has reported on its website that the Bears have made an offer close to £4.4million for the Honduran attacker, who is being courted far and wide.

It is said that other Greek clubs are also interested, but have withdrawn as they cannot match the finances offered by Rangers in the recent days.

Palma was said to have caused “madness” in Scotland over the weekend as he posted a picture of his shirt in the Aris dressing room, captioning the post “the last dance.”

The latest report has shared that it is no secret that the 23-year-old would now be close to sealing a move to Ibrox, with the competition looking like they have been beaten.


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Michael Beale will no doubt be delighted with the news that Palma is now likely to make the move to Glasgow over the summer, with his main big-money deal.

The Scottish Daily Mail reported over the weekend [13 May] that the manager himself was pursuing a move for the Honduran, who could well replace Ryan Kent.

Palma has sent tongues wagging with his performances over in Greece this season, pushing Aris towards Europe with his double-figure goal return.

Kent has been nowhere to be seen recently after not signing a new contract, and his future looks to be decided, as well as Alfredo Morelos who will move on.

The Ibrox board will need to make money available to give Beale a new front three that is capable of firing him to silverware and success with a huge overhaul on the cards.

Here we go, the business is really getting going now.

In other Rangers news, this bid could be part of a triple transfer push at Ibrox with millions set to be spent