Rangers are interested in signing Parfait Guiagon with the Maccabi Tel Aviv midfielder on the Ibrox radar.
That is according to a report from ONE over in Israel, who claim that Guiagon is a wanted man.
It’s stated that Rangers have followed Guiagon throughout the season and could now make their move.
Maccabi Tel Aviv are ready to listen to offers for Guiagon and the player is thought to be keen on leaving Israeli football.
Agent Dudu Dahan – the man who has brokered a number of Celtic transfers over the years – is working on landing a move for Guiagon.
Rangers aren’t alone in this race though as a ‘top team’ in Greece are understood to be interested too.
Rangers look set to add another midfielder in Jose Cifuentes but could pounce for another exciting deal with the more attack-minded Guiagon wanted.
Who is Rangers target Parfait Guiagon?
Guiagon emerged with Africa Sports over in his native Ivory Coast.
It’s fair to say that there was real hype surrounding Guiagon when he was breaking through as a teenager.
Guiagon made his first-team debut at just 15, and big things were expected of him.
The Guardian named Guiagon in their top 60 young talents back in 2018, highlighting that he had been on trial at Monaco and Barcelona.
Guiagon was at the centre of a farce over who was his real agent but he did eventually leave Africa Sports, joining Maccabi Tel Aviv in 2020.
Guiagon has bagged four goals and two assists in 40 games for Maccabi whilst playing in a number of different positions.
The 22-year-old has played as an attacking midfielder and on both flanks, showing his adaptability in the final third.
The end product is still developing but ONE note that Guiagon racked up 110 successful dribbles from 189 attempts this season, proving to be a dribbling machine.
Guiagon has also spent time out on loan, notching six goals and three assists in 31 games for Beitar Tel Aviv Bat Yam as well as five goals and five assists in 29 games for Maccabi Netanya.
Once tipped for stardom, Guiagon is seemingly looking for the next step in his career and Rangers may just offer him a big move to Ibrox.