The latest transfer news coming out of Rangers suggests that the Ibrox side are targeting Luis Palma and Jake Cooper to complete their summer rebuild.
This comes amid reports earlier in the summer that Rangers had an early-window bid rejected for the 23-year-old attacker, who scored 11 goals in the Greek Super League last season.
Rangers boss Michael Beale has also previously claimed the club are yet to replace the influence of Ryan Kent, with Luis Palma an obvious and high-profile Ibrox-linked alternative.
In other Rangers transfer news, the Fabrizio Romano-linked outlet is also claiming that Millwall centre-back Jake Cooper is a legitimate target for Michael Beale.
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The 6ft6 centre-half has been linked to Rangers since 2018, with reports back then suggesting Steven Gerrard had a £3m bid turned down the defender.
Now in the final year of his contract at the Den, Millwall boss Gary Rowett has been clear that the Lions want to retain the services of the 28-year-old.
But Michael Beale has also claimed that Rangers do want to add a quality left-sided centre-back option with the silence on Jake Cooper perhaps golden.
Rangers transfer news points to double move
In general, the transfer news coming out of Rangers has been focused on outgoings in recent weeks but it is clear the club are still assessing incomings heading into the final few days of the window.
Rangers have already added nine new signings to the club’s squad, with Kieran Dowell, Dujon Sterling and Jack Butland initially joining on pre-contracts.
Since then, Sam Lammers, Abdallah Sima, Cyriel Dessers, Leon Balogun, Danilo and Jose Cifuentes have joined them with a new-look Rangers finding its feet this season.
But according to the latest transfer news surrounding the club, Rangers aren’t set to stop there with Luis Palma and Jake Cooper potentially set to be signings number ten and eleven.