Antonio Colak has reportedly arrived in the United Kingdom ahead of his transfer to Rangers this summer.
The Gers have been looking to sign a striker who could replace Alfredo Morelos, whose future at the club is still unknown.
Colak has been on Rangers’ wishlist in recent weeks despite being linked to other strikers like Stephen Odey, Mateo Cassierra, and Erik Botheim.
Colak has been linked with a move to Rangers for several weeks now, and it appears that the wait may be over.
PAOK delayed the deal as they were looking for a potential replacement for their £1.8 million rated star.
According to the Herald, Colak has arrived in the United Kingdom to complete a medical and finalise his move to Rangers.
The 28-year-old could be a good addition to the club. Colak’s best performances came with Malmo and Rijeka.
In 92 matches for Rijeka, he managed to score 51 goals before later moving to PAOK in 2020.