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Rangers have reportedly tabled an offer to sign Charleroi’s Algerian midfielder Adem Zorgane this summer.
The Ibrox outfit have made an approach for the player, although it was originally reported by L’Equipe and France Football journalist Nabil Djellit that the 22-year-old was actually a target for Old Firm rivals Celtic.
Djellit tweeted via his personal account that Toulouse and Celtic had made approaches for the central midfielder.
However, he then had to clarify that it was actually Giovanni van Bronckhorst’s men and not their Glasgow rivals who wanted the player.
He also claims that Gers actually made an offer, which was deemed ‘insufficient’ by the Belgian outfit.
Zorgane scored three goals and added six assists in 36 games for Charleroi last season as they finished sixth in the table.
The Algerian also played in the defensive and attacking midfield roles last season, showing his versatility.
Football talent scout Jacek Kulig also took a look at Zorgane last season. He stated in March that the player was ‘doing really good during his first season in Europe’. He particularly noted his impressive passing and tackling numbers.
If he did sign, Zorgane would become Rangers‘ fifth addition of the summer.
John Souttar and Tom Lawrence both arrived on free transfers, while Antonio Colak cost £1.89million from PAOK.
Winger Rabbi Matondo was the last signing, having completed a £2.7m switch from Schalke.
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