Rangers Seek to Recoup £4.5 Million for Cyriel Dessers Amidst Growing Interest from Multiple Clubs

Rangers are looking to recoup the £4.5 million they spent on striker Cyriel Dessers last summer, with several clubs circling for his signature.

The 29-year-old Nigerian forward’s first season at Ibrox was a mixed bag. Despite scoring 22 goals in all competitions, Dessers faced criticism from fans for inconsistent performances. However, both managers he played under, Michael Beale and Philippe Clement, persisted with him, and his perseverance eventually paid off as he found his scoring touch and gained some support from the stands.

While Dessers proved himself a capable goal scorer, there’s a lingering feeling that he could have done better. Rangers are hoping to capitalize on his improved form and recoup their investment. This has sparked a transfer race, with Greek side PAOK already showing strong interest. Reports even suggested “advanced talks” at one stage.

Now, according to the Rangers Review, clubs from Spain and France have also joined the fray. Additionally, the report highlights potential lucrative offers from Saudi Arabia’s Pro League, with cash-rich clubs there closely monitoring the situation.