Reported Rangers target and South African international Bongani Zungu has appeared to say his goodbyes to Amiens teammates amid reports linking him to Ibrox.

The 27-year-old took to Instagram to reshare a video of him and a few of his teammates dancing in a dressing room with the caption “I’ll miss you my bros”.

The post comes after Zungu was once again linked with a move to Ibrox after initial talks with Rangers in July were said to have broken down.

Zungu was first linked with a move to Rangers by journalist Joe Crann in early July with a report by the journalist claiming that the Gers had a £3.8m (€4m) bid accepted [Scotsman].

Conflicting reports then suggested that a deal broke down either due to issues with a medical, problems over personal terms or because Rangers were never interested.

Crann then wrote a piece in the Scotsman this week suggesting that Rangers had reignited their interest in the player amid links to Olympiakos and La Liga sides.

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Zungu has also previously liked suggestions on Twitter that he should join Rangers and uploaded images of him watching the club’s matches.

Meanwhile, Rangers boss Steven Gerrard has been claiming in the press that securing his transfer targets could hinge on qualifying for the Europa League.

29-cap South African midfielder has appeared to say his goodbyes to teammates amid links to Rangers and a host of other clubs. (Photo by Khaled DESOUKI / AFP) (Photo credit should read KHALED DESOUKI/AFP via Getty Images)

“I’ve made it pretty clear what I feel we need,” said Gerrard [Rangers].

“But I also respect the club’s position and the current climate and the situation that we’re in.

“I do think that depending on whether we qualify or not would depend on what we try and do in the final days.

“But I think that’s a question for people that are above me at the club, I can’t really answer that question right now.

“I’ve made it pretty clear what I feel we need to keep moving forward, to make sure that we don’t stand still.”

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