Rangers Striker Danilo’s Future Uncertain as Club Eyes New Targets

The future of Rangers striker Danilo Pereira da Silva is uncertain, with former defender Alan Hutton suggesting a potential exit for the Brazilian forward.

Danilo arrived at Ibrox last summer under manager Michael Beale but struggled with injuries throughout his first season. Despite showing glimpses of the talent that convinced Rangers to pay Feyenoord £6 million, fitness issues limited his impact.

Hutton believes keeping Danilo would be beneficial, citing his promising displays in limited appearances. However, a bid of around £6 million or more could tempt Rangers to part ways with their striker.

Hutton hinted at potential transfer activity at Ibrox, with Jefte, Oscar Cortes, Clinton Nsiala, and Connor Barron already signed this summer.

“I absolutely feel bad for him. He had two significant injuries that kept him out for a long period of time. I think when he was in the team you could see flashes of him coming onto a game – you could see talent there. Hopefully he can stay – I don’t think we’ve seen enough of him and he still has a lot to give.”

“Rangers would want decent money if they are selling – they paid £6m for him and would want at least that back, probably plus more,” Hutton continued. “From what I know Rangers are looking at one or two targets, but if they don’t get them in, they’re left very light up top.”

With potential suitors circling and Rangers in the market for attacking reinforcements, Danilo’s future at Ibrox remains to be seen.