Gers given £3.5m fee demand, Koppen has made transfer call

Gers given £3.5m fee demand, Koppen has made transfer call
Gers given £3.5m fee demand, Koppen has made transfer call

Gers given £3.5m fee demand, Koppen has made transfer call

There is a story behind every transfer window, and even if it isn’t quite open, it seems like the Rangers’ acquisition of

Jose Cordoba will be this year’s.

The 22-year-old international player from Panama was reportedly on the verge of relocating to Ibrox and had even

been shown around, but the transaction was shelved due to a last-minute change of heart from Norwich City.

The reports that there haven’t been any formal proposals and that Levski Sofia’s position may be the reason Jose

Cordoba isn’t a Rangers player yet have added another wrinkle to the story.

Gers given £3.5m fee demand, Koppen has made transfer call
Gers given £3.5m fee demand, Koppen has made transfer call

Rangers given Jose Cordoba hope as Levski Sofia move goalposts

The two clubs would typically speak to agree on a fee or discuss a ballpark figure for any transfer involving a player

under contract, with the finer details arranged later. However, it looks like the Bulgarians have gone awry on this

occasion. A spokesperson for Levski Sofia reportedly told gong.bg, one of the largest sports media sites in Bulgaria,

that Jose Cordoba’s fee could increase from the current valuation of £2.5 million to something closer to £3.5 million:

“We are sure that Jose’s participation in the Copa America tournament will raise his price.”

“He will be on a huge showcase, where he will be watched from all corners of the world.” Levski clearly feels that this

is not the best time to sell, so why even consider talks with Rangers and allow the player to go to Glasgow? Any club

has the right to sell their star players for top dollar.

Will Rangers move onto other targets after Cordoba near miss

There had been reports of a transaction worth £3.2 million with a £2 million upfront payment; it’s possible that they

are now demanding more or a larger percentage paid up front.

This kind of goalpost movement makes it understandable why the Rangers left.

If this delay continues, Rangers may not have a new center-half when preseason training resumes, contingent on

Panama’s performance in the Copa America.

Thomas Galdames, who was called up by Chile, has previously been connected to the team. Because of his versatility,

he could easily take Cordoba’s spot if that is the plan.

Rangers are reportedly considering signing the 25-year-old when he decides to relocate to Europe.

Rangers may yet make a move for Cordoba, depending on how the window closes, but this time they made the

correct decision by refusing to give in to Levski Sofia.

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