Rangers handed Serie A transfer boost amid latest Sampdoria links
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Rangers handed Serie A transfer boost amid latest Sampdoria links

Rangers have been handed an apparent Andreas Skov Olsen transfer boost as Sampdoria – reported rivals for the Danish winger’s signature – appear to turn their attentions to Parma’s Dennis Man.

Bologna star Skov Olsen is reportedly set to leave the Serie A side on loan this January with Rangers and Sampdoria the two sides said to be heading the queue.

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Homeland club Copenhagen have also been mentioned as potential destination for the 22-year-old winger, who admits himself that things haven’t quite happened at Stadio Renato Dall’Ara so far.

But now Rangers fans eager to see Andreas Skov Olsen become the latest Danish winger to play for the club will be encouraged by the news surrounding Parma star Dennis Man.

According to reports in Italy, Sampdoria have made a loan enquiry for Romanian right-winger with Parma currently plying their trade in the second tier of Italian football.

But if reports coming out of Romania [TVS24] are to be believed, I Blucerchiat aren’t the only side said to be interested with Galatasaray also monitoring Man’s situation.

Rangers fans will keep a close eye on the situation with many supporters excited about the links to Andreas Skov Olsen in the media.

Rangers have been extensively linked to the Danish winger throughout his career – including before his £5.1m (€6m) move to Bologna from FC Nordsjaelland in 2019.

Tall, quick, and talented, things might’ve not worked out in Italy so far for Andreas Skov Olsen but his impressive record for the Danish national team will give the Gers encouragement.

The winger has made 15 caps for his country, scoring an impressive six goals.

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Andreas Skov Olsen also made 51 appearances in total for FC Nordsjaelland, scoring 27 goals and laying on seven assists before his move to Bologna.

Since moving to Italy however, things have not worked out as planned and the winger has only netted three strikes and laid on five in 69 appearances.

Rangers could also have some cash to burn to fund a transfer amid reports the Gers could rake in up to £16m from Nathan Patterson’s imminent sale to Everton.