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Glasgow Rangers: Gers to rival Old Firm rivals for World Cup star Antoine Semenyo

Glasgow Rangers: Gers to rival Old Firm rivals for World Cup star Antoine Semenyo -Rangers Transfer Rumours

Glasgow Rangers will reportedly rival their Old Firm rivals for the signing of Antoine Semenyo, and are plotting a January swoop.

The Lowdown: Talent and Experience

At 22-years-old, Semenyo boasts a healthy amount of experience considering his age, making over a century of appearances for Bristol City.

In that time, the forward has been able to showcase his ability, shining particularly in the 21/22 season which saw the Ghanian international bag eight goals and 12 assists in 31 Championship appearances.

He currently sits on three goals and two assists from 16 appearances this season, with his efforts earning him a call to represent Ghana in the World Cup.

The Latest: Semenyo high on the list

According to Football Insider, sources suggest that Semenyo is very high on Rangers’ list of transfer targets, with the club mooted to move for a forward in January.

It is said that the 22-year-old has attracted the interest of a number of clubs, with Celtic mentioned in the report.

Semenyo’s current club Bristol City are said to be braced for interest when the winter window opens, with the Ghana star’s contract set to expire next summer.

The Verdict: A promising asset

As a central threat, Semenyo would offer Rangers a dimension that they seemingly lack – a mobile and nimble forward who can manipulate the lines with ease.

And from a business perspective, with a humble fee most likely due to his contract situation, Semenyo’s raw talent can be harnessed by the Glasgow side, with any sign of development bound to boost his transfer valuation over the next few seasons.

Ultimately, Rangers will be looking to profit from his direct attacking threat, and considering his age and current level of experience, Semenyo could lead the Gers frontline for years to come.

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