Speaking to Croatian media, Rangers target Marijan Cabraja has admitted to interest from the Teddy Bears as Gers sporting director Ross Wilson plots a huge move for the Under-21 international – with the player’s agent also confirming there have been enquires from a number of clubs as well as the Glasgow giants.
Cabraja, who has seemingly been turning many heads, is now being contacted by the Ibrox side – with Wilson plotting a move to bring him to Scotland, according to the player himself.
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Yes, bags of potential
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Cabraja and agent confirm interest
Indeed, speaking to the Croatian media, the defender who has been likened to Borja Barisic, opened up over Rangers’ interest in him and confirmed that contact had been made – claiming ‘it is true‘ that Glasgow Rangers are specifically keeping tabs.
Following up, Cabraja’s agent, Miroslav Bicanic, confirmed that a move away could happen in either January or the summer – backing up his client’s statement that there have been enquiries over his signature.
“I can’t talk about specific clubs, but I can confirm that there are a lot of enquiries for Cabraja,” said the agent.
“For example, we have already rejected offers from Italy and Poland, and we have indications that offers from Russia and MLS could arrive soon.
“Right now it’s difficult to say what will happen but there is interest in Cabraja every day.”
Transfer Tavern take
As this Rangers transfer news emerges, Wilson appears to have a huge move for this rising Croatian star firmly on the docket, but only time will tell whether the Glasgow giants can land him in January ahead of the competitors who also want to sign him.
Touted as a potential heir to Barisic, if the Gers could secure a deal, it’s safe to say that is could be a masterstroke of a signing.
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