HomeFootball NewsRangers Secure Midfielder on Pre-Contract and Make Bold Bid for Feyenoord's Danilo

Rangers Secure Midfielder on Pre-Contract and Make Bold Bid for Feyenoord’s Danilo


In a decisive move to strengthen their squad, Rangers Football Club has secured a pre-contract agreement with Los Angeles midfielder Jose Cinfuentes. The club’s Sporting Director, Michael Beale, expresses hope that the 24-year-old talent will don the Rangers’ jersey this window. This deal comes after months of speculation, with the Ibrox club showing keen interest in the Ecuadorian international.

The deal with Los Angeles will see Cinfuentes’ current contract expire in December, making him an enticing prospect for Rangers’ midfield. Michael Beale sheds light on the progress, stating, “It is getting closer. There are logistics with that one and work permits and everything else that goes in between it.” Sky Sports News reports that Rangers is working diligently to finalize the deal, aiming to bring the talented midfielder to the club during the current transfer window.

Beale emphasizes the importance of a swift conclusion, indicating that the club desires to integrate Cinfuentes into the squad as soon as possible. The Rangers’ fans eagerly anticipate the arrival of the dynamic midfielder, whose flair and skill could prove to be an asset on the field.

Apart from securing Cinfuentes, Rangers has taken another bold step in their pursuit of success by making an improved bid of £5 million for Feyenoord striker Danilo. Talks between the two clubs are ongoing as Rangers seeks to bolster their attacking options. However, Beale remains cautious in his comments, acknowledging that Danilo is presently Feyenoord’s player and the Dutch side is building on the back of a successful campaign.

Beale remains tight-lipped about the details of the negotiations, stating, “We’ll keep that between the two clubs at the moment and if there is any news, we’ll update.” Despite this, he praises Danilo as “obviously a good player,” hinting at the potential impact the striker could have on Rangers’ attacking prowess.

Rangers has been proactive in the summer transfer market, making a total of seven signings so far. This ambitious approach signals the club’s determination to compete at the highest level and secure silverware in the upcoming season. Moreover, interest in Nottingham Forest defender Jonathan Panzo persists, with Rangers eyeing potential reinforcements in their defensive line.

As the football world eagerly awaits the outcomes of these negotiations, Rangers’ supporters remain optimistic about the club’s prospects for the season ahead. With the acquisition of Cinfuentes and the pursuit of Danilo, the Ibrox faithful anticipate a formidable squad capable of challenging for major honors. The excitement is palpable, and the Rangers’ faithful are ready to rally behind their team as they embark on their quest for glory in the coming season.

Jon Fisher
Jon Fisher
Jon has over 20 years' experience in sports journalism having worked at the Press Association, Goal and Stats Perform, covering three World Cups, an Olympics and numerous other major sporting events.


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