Second Rangers transfer update sees £3.2m deal announcement by Ibrox insider

Second Rangers transfer update sees £3.2m deal announcement by Ibrox insider
Second Rangers transfer update sees £3.2m deal announcement by Ibrox insider

Second Rangers transfer update sees £3.2m deal announcement by Ibrox insider

Second Rangers transfer update sees £3.2m deal announcement by Ibrox insider

The Rangers’ transfer strategy is changing, and Nils Koppen and Philippe Clement will be leading the charge.

The manager is aware that he wants a younger, stronger team with players who

can back up the player trading concept.

Second Rangers transfer update sees £3.2m deal announcement by Ibrox insider
Second Rangers transfer update sees £3.2m deal announcement by Ibrox insider

In Jose Cordoba, Rangers were said to be close to landing their second permanent signing of the summer – but there has been a twist in the tale.

Jose Cordoba to Rangers is off as Nils Koppen pulls the plug

It is never a done deal until there is a picture at Ibrox with a scarf above the head, however, with reports of a medical

being completed and a £3.2m fee being agreed, it looked like the Panama international was heading to Glasgow. 

Norwich City have been trying to hijack the move but it is still a shock to see that Rangers have pulled out of the deal,

according to Chris Jack of the Rangers Review:

“Rangers have ended their interest in defender Jose Cordoba.

“Philippe Clement has now turned his attentions to other centre-back targets.

Cordoba appeared to possess all the essential skills required for success at the Rangers.

Even the aging Leon Balogun is a prime example of how vital pace and comfort on the ball are in modern game.

The 35-year-old veteran still possesses the quickness necessary to recover from being out of position or to cover

teammates, even though his durability may not be as strong as it once was.

Rangers get set to move to next name on the list

There has been no reason given for the plug being pulled on the Cordoba deal.

Koppen and Clement are clearly not interested in entertaining time wasters or agents looking to play one club

against another and want to get business done as early as possible.

Cordoba might not be heading to Rangers, however, the fact that he was linked is encouraging.

Our centre-half group is too slow and not physical enough and, if Cordoba is the profile of player Nils Koppen is

looking for, then Rangers are heading in the right direction.

He won’t be the last player who is linked with a move to the club who ends up going elsewhere.

Times appear to be changing though, rather than being desperate to land specific targets and paying over the odds,

Rangers recruitment chief is simply going to the next name on the list.

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