Rangers could now offload Antonio Colak with the striker allegedly available to leave Ibrox this summer.
That is according to a report from The Scottish Sun, who claim that Rangers will now listen to offers for Colak.
Rangers only pounced to sign Colak last summer, snapping him up from PAOK for around £1.8million.
However, Michael Beale already seems open to offloading Colak and an Ibrox exit could be on the cards.
It’s suggested that teams from Germany and the United States made moves for Colak during the January transfer window.
Rangers resisted those approaches but Colak is now available this summer as Beale seeks to overhaul the Rangers squad.
The report adds that Colak is interested in returning to Germany after signing on with a new agent.
Colak plays for Croatia but was born in Germany and has spent time with Stuttgarter Kickers, SGV Freiburg, Hoffenheim, Karlsruher, Nurnberg, Kaiserslautern, Darmstadt and Ingolstadt over in Germany.
A return to Germany seemingly appeals to Colak and Rangers may now be willing to take a loss on the striker this summer.
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Colak’s raw numbers don’t look all that bad.
13 goals and three assists in 24 Scottish Premiership games is a decent return and better than a goal every other game.
Colak has been hampered by injuries though, with a calf problem proving to be a real problem this term.
Rangers may now feel that Colak’s injury woes aren’t going to get much better as he approaches his 30’s, and it’s better to move him on.
Beale hailed Colak in March and it looked like he would become Rangers’ first-choice striker moving forward.
Fast forward just two months and Colak is allegedly primed for the chopping block with Beale taking a ruthless approach to the much-needed Rangers rebuild.