The Rangers are interested in bringing in a Brazilian phenomenon.
Rangers will undoubtedly approach this transfer window in the goal of bringing in a few more excellent players who can help the first team while also having the potential to make the club a fortune in the future.
With a full summer transfer window ahead of him, Giovanni van Bronckhorst will likely be seeking for players who can make an immediate impact in Scottish football.
Flamengo forward Lazaro might be one of them, according to journalist Lahcen Senhaji, who claims on Twitter that both Rangers and Monaco are interested in signing him this summer.
A much-needed boost is required for the Light Blues, who are short in depth throughout the frontline. The teenager has been compared to German superstar Marco Reus, with both players possessing exceptional speed, and Football Talent Scout’s Jacek Kulig describing him as a “creative” striker.
At Ibrox, Van Bronckhorst requires this level of excellence. Rangers struggled to break down staunch opponents far too often last season, particularly in the domestic league, and Lazaro could be the answer.
Transfermarkt values the teenager at £5.4 million, and while this appears to be a good offer, Flamengo will almost certainly demand a higher payment.
The 20-year-old has starred for Brazil’s under-17 team, scoring twice in three games, and his ever-developing talent appears to be destined for Europe sooner rather than later.
Rangers’ team is in desperate need of some freshening up this summer, so signing players like Lazaro would be a significant statement from the Ibrox club, especially if they can stave off Monaco’s interest.
The Gers should take advantage of their Europa League final appearance, which has earned the club about £50 million according to one report, and go directly to the transfer market.
Van Bronckhorst will be wary about squandering transfer fees, but he may have found a superstar in Lazaro.
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