Rangers transfer bulletin as Hamza Igamane bid lodged and fresh Connor Barron contract tabled

Another day, another name.

Rangers have already landed the likes of Oscar Cortes, Jefte and Clinton Nsiala but manager Philippe Clement certainly wants more in the door. Of course, there's still plenty of time this summer with the transfer window only officially re-opening on June 14 but Gers have been clever and quick in their summer movements so far that it's expected more signings to be made official before even pre-season gets underway.

One name mentioned has been Hamza Igamane of FAR Rabat and the Moroccan under-23 striker is reportedly close to being announced as their newest acquisition on a £1.7million deal.

The player is seen as one of the country's most talented youngsters and only a medical is still to be completed.

Connor Barron meanwhile has a number of interested parties including clubs down in England as well as in Serie A. Gers were believed to be leading the chase for the former Aberdeen midfielder before other suitors emerged but now it's claimed the club have put fresh contract terms in front of the player. Dons would be expecting around £525,000 in training compensation should he move outside of Scottish football.

Another striker, Albion Rrahmani is still on their list and a source in Romania has told Football Scotland that Gers can consider themselves in pole position to land the Rapid Bucharest star. Club chief insisted, though, that one offer currently lodged for the player is not acceptable.

"There is, at the moment, an offer for Rrahmani, which, from our point of view, is not at his level and value. I can't say from whose side, however we want Rrahmani to continue with us.

"Moreover, he is under contract with the club, he is a very important player for us and we hope that he will help us to achieve our goals.

"It is not easy to manage such a moment, things can be tempting when you hear that you have offers, maybe for the better, but he is a balanced boy. I think we will still have him."