€15m rated international catches Rangers eye after final goal - report
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Rangers impressed by Amer Gojak after Balkans scouting mission - report

Reports in Bosnia have suggested that Dinamo Zagreb attacking midfielder Amer Gojak caught the eye of Rangers’ scouts during a recent trip to Croatia.
Bosnian outlet Sportsport is claiming that the Ibrox club was impressed by the highly-rated 22-year-old Bosnian player.
The reports come off the back of claims Rangers sent scouts to watch the Croatian Super Cup final [Daily Record].

Gojak is a key player for the Dinamo Zagreb side. (Photo by Gualter Fatia/Getty Images)

It was Gojak who stole the headlines with his first-half strike enough to secure a 1-0 win for Zagreb against Rijeka.
Gojak’s goal was clearly enough to steal the show, and it’d be interesting if these reports come to fruition and Rangers were actually prepared to move for the player.
Amer Gojak started his career with Bosnia & Herzegovinian outfit Olimpic before moving to Dinamo Zagreb in 2014.
He has since gone on to play over 100 times for Dinamo Zagreb, scoring 14 goals. At 6ft he’s an imposing presence in that area of the pitch yet still a creative, dynamic playmaker.

Gojak’s ability has also been recognised at an international level, with the player earning six caps for Bosnia & Herzegovina.
Any move may seem more realistic given the fact Rangers have invested so heavily in the Croatian First League in recent seasons.
At the beginning of the last campaign, the club splashed out a reported combined total of £5m on
Nikola Katic (Slaven Bepulo), Borna Barisic and Eros Grezda (both NK Osijek).
Despite Eros Grezda struggling to make the grade [Daily Record], the club clearly sees the Balkans region as an area worth exploring.
But if Rangers are really interested in Gojak, they could well have to stump up. The Sportsport report claims that Gojak was once valued at 15m.

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