It is “almost inevitable” Rangers will sign Bongani Zungu from Amiens, according to influential club insider Four Lads Had a Dream.

The blogger has taken a step back from being “fan media” in order to retain their independence as they feel this best positions them to support the club and the fans.

But as well securing the South African for a fee worth “around £3.5m”, Four Lads also believes there is an air of inevitability around the sale of Alfredo Morelos.

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Rangers are reportedly on the verge of signing Bongani Zungu to the tune of £3.8m, with reports claiming they are discussing personal terms [Scotsman]. (Photo by Sylvain Lefevre/Getty Images)

“We do need new striking options and it seems almost inevitable that Alfredo Morelos will leave the club,” writes Four Lads in his latest blog.

“Alfredo has shown some sensational form for us but I do feel now might be the right time for him to move on.

“I worry that the player’s head is elsewhere and if that is the case then the outcome to me is inevitable, especially when we are allowing his agent to negotiate deals with other clubs.


“How we replace him could define our season.

“Transfer silence becomes slightly more difficult when foreign transfer are involved and it now seems almost inevitable Bongani Zungu will join for around £3.5m from French side Amiens.”


There’s loads more of insight into the goings-on at Rangers in the blogger’s latest piece, including more stuff on Castore and the upcoming battle with Leverkusen.

It is very much worth checking out his latest release and you can find it HERE.

Bongani Zungu has been linked to Rangers since the beginning of July with journalist Joe Crann revealing back at the beginning of July that Steven Gerrard wanted the player.

Rangers striker Alfredo Morelos has been heavily linked with a move to Lille with the Ibrox club said to have rejected a £13.7m bid for the player [FootMercato].

Reports in Scotland have suggested that the Ligue 1 side could be about to test Rangers’ resolve with a move closer to £18m [Scottish Sun].

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