According to Corriere di Bologna (via Sport Witness), Bologna would now be willing to let Glasgow Rangers target Andreas Skov Olsen leave on loan this coming campaign.
Reportedly, the Gers had a loan bid rejected for the 20-year-old recently, with the Serie A side only willing to let him leave if a transfer offer too good to refuse was made for the youngster.
However, it has now emerged that the Italian side have changed their minds, and wouldn’t mind letting him leave on a temporary basis. Along with the Ibrox outfit, Besiktas, FC Copenhagen and Real Sociedad have all been linked.
It is amazing how quickly things can change in the world of football. Only earlier this week, it looked as though the Gers’ chances were dead in the water. Now, though, they could still be in the race, and Olsen’s quality could give Steven Gerrard’s squad a boost.
Signed for £5.4m from Nordsjaelland last summer, he has not had the best of first years in Italy, managing just one goal in his first 26 matches for his new club. However, it was his form in Denmark that caught the eye, as he scored 26 times during the 2018/19 term despite being a winger.
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Given he has a Transfermarkt value of £6.03m, it would be difficult for the 54-time Scottish champions to sign him on a permanent deal, but even for one campaign he could help the Gers win their first piece of major silverware since 2011. That would be more than enough of a contribution for Gerrard and co.
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