‘Not sold yet’: Manager gives update on £3.2m Rangers target, confirms ‘talks’ over sale

'Not sold yet': Manager gives update on £3.2m Rangers target, confirms 'talks' over sale
'Not sold yet': Manager gives update on £3.2m Rangers target, confirms 'talks' over sale

‘Not sold yet’: Manager gives update on £3.2m Rangers target, confirms ‘talks’ over sale

At Rangers, Philippe Clement took over from Mick Beale at the close of the previous season. He inherited a team

whose confidence had completely collapsed and who by October’s end seemed to have given up on winning the

Scottish Premiership.

Because of Rangers’ failure to advance past the final hurdle in the title race and their defeat in the Cup final at

Hampden Park, the 2023–24 campaign may have ended with just one trophy rather than three, but Clement

deserves all the credit for keeping his team in the running for a domestic treble by the time May arrived.

Even though Celtic would ultimately score a knockout, the big Belgian kept his opponents off the ground and kept

them striking for a few more rounds.

'Not sold yet': Manager gives update on £3.2m Rangers target, confirms 'talks' over sale
‘Not sold yet’: Manager gives update on £3.2m Rangers target, confirms ‘talks’ over sale

Stanislav Genchev, who was appointed this week as the new head coach of Bulgaria’s biggest team, Levski Sofia, will

be looking to create a similarly quick impression.

Is Rangers’ move for Levski Sofia’s Jose Cordoba dead?

Levski, the second-most successful team in Bulgarian football history (behind only CSKA Sofia), had a dismal fourth-

place result in the top division the previous year.

But the obviously inevitable departure of Bulgaria’s 2023–24 Defender of the Year will not make Genchev’s task any

easier.

Rangers’ interest in a £3.2 million transfer for Jose Cordoba appears to have cooled, but there may still be some

surprises in store for the story, which has been building for the past two weeks.

Regarding Genchev, who confirmed that Cordoba is now in negotiations with an undisclosed club, the Panama

international will require some replacement.

To the Bulgarian newspaper Gerena, Genchev states, “Jose Cordoba is not sold yet.” Though there isn’t a deal yet,

there are conversations with a team. Any coach would find it unpleasant to see his greatest defender go.

Cordoba continues to play for Levski. We need to find a player to take his place if he is sold. I can attest from

experience that finding a left-sided player to play as a center defender is one of the hardest things to do.

Glasgow giants turn to Thomas Galdames

Rangers and Cordoba started advanced negotiations in mid-May. The 22-year-old, nevertheless, might wind up in

England’s second division at Norwich City, albeit there are mixed rumors about his transfer to Carrow Road.

For the time being, it seems that Rangers are concentrating more on the adaptable Thomas Galdames, who made a

memorable final appearance in the Copa Argentina on Wednesday, contributing two assists. This may be Godoy

Cruz’s final game.

“He’s had an incredible year. Daniel Oldra, the Godoy Cruz coach, laments, “I know I’m going to lose him.”

But those are things in football. Let the players go loving Godoy Cruz. That implies they have enjoyed their time here.

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