Latest Rangers transfer news on Hamza Igamane, Albion Rrahmani and Connor Goldson

Rangers are set to announce their sixth summer signing imminently with Hamza Igamane on the verge of being confirmed.

It's believed Gers will pay AS Far Rabat around £2milllion plus add-ons for the striker, who can also play out wide. He scored seven nad assisted six in the Moroccan top-flight last term and is an under-23s international. Igamane joins fellow Gers new boys Jefte, Oscar Cortes, Clinton Nsiala, Connor Barron and Liam Kelly.

Albion Rrahmani, who is at Neil Lennon's Rapid Bucharest, is another striker on the Ibrox side's radar. However, their pursuit of the Kosovan looked to be in danger at the weekend with a deal to sign for Slavia Prague reported to be "90 per cent done." And now, Gazeta Express claim Serie A side Bologna are the latest to enter the race as they look to replace Manchester United-bound Joshua Zirkzee.

A domestic striker many Gers fans would love to see them go for is Bojan Miovski. And a report in the Daily Mail states Rangers chiefs "like" the player but would be wary of making a big as Aberdeen could hold them to ransom due to the rivalry between the two.

Connor Goldson has been linked with a move away from Ibrox with Birmingham City joining Steven Gerrard's Al-Ettifaq in the queue. Alec McLeish gave his thoughts on that and said: “Connor has had a great spell at Rangers and has played for them at the highest level possible, a European final. He has immense experience, and he strikes me as the type who will share that experience with others at the club.

"He’s had a wonderful time at Rangers over six years, and has shown everyone what he can do and what he’s capable of. You won’t hear a bad word from me about centre-halves! And Connor has certainly done everything that’s been asked of him at Ibrox. He’s scored a goal or two, he’s been a threat at set-pieces, and I have always admired his style of play.

“He’s been at Rangers for a long time when you think about the modern game, and look at the way players come and go. It says a lot about him to have that longevity there.

“There are big demands placed on players at Rangers. It’s among the biggest and most demanding clubs in the world. The fans demand victories every single week, but Connor has been aware of that and handled those demands. You’ve got to be a winner to last that length of time at Rangers. Wherever he goes next, whether it’s Birmingham or wherever, that will stand him in good stead.”

Meanwhile, a new Dutch side has joined the race for Sam Lammers. Utrecht look to have been priced out of signing the Rangers outcast permanently after his loan with them, but AZ Alkmaar are poised to offer £2.5million to take him back to his homeland.