Albion Rrahmani Rangers transfer chances rated as Rapid co-owner risks Neil Lennon collision course

There is an "80 per cent chance" Rangers target Albion Rrahmani will leave Rapid Bucharest as their co-owner risked going on collision course with Neil Lennon.

The £6million-rated Kosovan striker has emerged as a possible signing for the Ibrox side as Philippe Clement prepares to perform surgery on his squad. The 23-year-old bagged 17 goals in all competitions this season and was a key man despite his side struggling to live up to expectations.

Lennon has been drafted in as boss to try and sort things out and is determined to hang onto their star man in order to aid him in that. But with interest mounting, co-owner Victor Angelescu seems to think they only have a 20 per cent chance of keeping Rrahmani.

He said: "There is an 80 per cent chance that Albion Rrahmani will leave Rapid. We must prepare for this scenario.

"We want Louis Munteanu, we want to bring him in. We are not in an advanced negotiation yet though. Fiorentina has one more league game and the Europa Conference League Final, then we'll talk.

"The arrival of Louis Munteanu depends on the departure of Rrahmani, taking into account that there is a major interest in him. Next season, we have a realistic aim of getting a European place. We cannot aim for the title of champion because we have to remember that we only finished sixth this season."

As he was unveiled to the Romanian press, Lennon was asked about the player and said: "I don’t want Rrahmani to go anywhere. He is a very good player. Goalscorers are very important players in a team. He had a fantastic season."