Bears have pleaded with Rangers to swoop after an exciting transfer report linked the club to Bologna winger Andreas Skov Olsen.

Rangers have been credited with interest in the Denmark international in the past and earlier this week, il Resto del Carlino reported that the Ibrox side had made an ‘enquiry’ about him ahead of the January transfer window.

Bologna FC v AS Roma - Serie A
Skov Olsen is yet to score for Bologna this season and is reportedly keen to move elsewhere. (Photo by Emmanuele Ciancaglini/CPS Images/Getty Images)

According to the report, Bologna boss Sinisa Mihajlovic is open to the idea of moving Olsen on as he has several targets of his own he would like to bring in next month.

Bologna are currently 10th in Serie A and the reported Gers target has featured in 14 of their 17 fixtures so far this season but only four of his appearances have come from the start and he’s yet to score.

The 21-year-old produced outstanding stats when playing regularly at previous club FC Nordsjælland, though, scoring 27 goals and notching seven assists in 51 appearances.

Rangers fans are extremely excited about the links and interest would make sense given that Gio van Bronckhorst doesn’t have a high-quality right-sided attacker in his squad.

Olympique Lyonnais v Rangers FC: Group A - UEFA Europa League
After an exciting transfer report, Rangers fans are urging their club to land the Bologna attacker. (Photo by John Berry/Getty Images)

Ryan Kent has made the left side his own in recent seasons, but since the departure of Daniel Candeias in the summer of 2019, no one has established themselves on the right.

Rangers fans want Skov Olsen at Ibrox

Real Sociedad and Besiktas are other clubs credited with interest in the il Resto del Carlino report, so Bears are urging the Gers to wrap up a deal as quickly as possible.

Here’s a selection of reactions from Twitter:

Here’s what GvB said on Tuesday after being asked about Rangers’ plans for the transfer window.

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