Rangers Complete Hamza Igamane Transfer as Contract Length is Revealed

Glasgow Rangers have secured the signing of Moroccan striker Hamza Igamane from FAR Rabat, according to reputable news outlet beIN SPORTS.

“Royal Moroccan Army striker Hamza Igamane officially signs with Scottish club Glasgow Rangers on a 5-year contract,” they wrote.

The 21-year-old forward has penned a five-year deal at Ibrox, finalizing a transfer reported to be worth around £1.5 million. This adds Igamane to manager Philippe Clement’s squad for the upcoming 2024/25 season.

The signing signifies Rangers’ continued summer rebuild under Clement. Igamane joins Jefte, Oscar Cortes, Clinton Nsiala, and Connor Barron as confirmed new arrivals, bolstering the squad after five departures at the end of last season.

Igamane’s arrival specifically addresses a need for attacking reinforcements. While Cyriel Dessers managed 22 goals last season, he wasn’t universally popular with fans. Additionally, injuries hampered Danilo’s performance, and Sam Lammers is expected to leave permanently. With Fabio Silva and Kemar Roofe also gone, Rangers required attacking depth. Igamane’s versatility across the front line adds another dimension to Clement’s plans.