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Rangers: Fans shocked at Umar Sadiq news

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Glasgow Rangers fans are shocked after it was revealed Bayern Munich are interested in signing Ibrox flop Umar Sadiq.

Sadiq spent around six months on loan at Rangers in 2018, and managed just four outings for the 55-time Scottish champions – he failed to hit the back of the net even once (Transfermarkt). However, since then, his career has gone from strength, scoring 23 goals in 52 games for Partizan Belgrade before netting 17 in 32 for Almeria.

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Now, according to Spanish outlet AS, Bayern are said to be eyeing a move for the 24-year-old Nigeria international. He has a release clause of €60m (£52m) at his current outfit – that will become €80m (£69.4m) if they are promoted to La Liga – but Almeria would reportedly consider an offer of €30m (£26m).

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Given his poor displays for them during his time in Scotland, Rangers fans are perplexed as to how he is now on the radar of the European champions. They took to social media platform Twitter to share their thoughts.

Let’s see what the fans had to say about Sadiq below

“Worlds gone”

Credit: @HazleHeader

“Umar Sadiq. Bayern Munich. €60-80m…… What is happening?”

Credit: @Pena_Cartel

“Umar Sadiq linked with Bayern, the reigning European champions. That’s enough Twitter for today”

Credit: @rfcryan1995

“Utter madness”

Credit: @RangersMan2907

“Umar Sadiq to Bayern!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!????!!?!!?”

Credit: @staunchsadiq

Umar Sadiq can’t believe what I’m reading”

Credit: @ally_watp

In other news, Rangers fans are livid at this broadcaster’s comments.


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