Rangers Target Danilo Has Issued an Update on His Transfer Stance at Feyenoord amid Links to Ibrox

In the midst of speculation surrounding a potential move to Ibrox, Feyenoord striker Danilo has shed light on his transfer stance, indicating his preference to remain at the Dutch club beyond the current transfer window. Despite ongoing interest from Rangers, the 24-year-old Brazilian forward seems intent on continuing his career in the Netherlands, which may bring an end to the Glasgow-based club’s pursuit this summer.

According to a report by the Glasgow Times on July 10th, Rangers are said to be keen on securing the services of Danilo, and they may explore the possibility of reigniting their interest at a later date. The club’s manager, Michael Beale, has been actively seeking attacking reinforcements, and the Brazilian striker’s name has frequently emerged in discussions. Nevertheless, Danilo’s recent comments indicate his desire to remain in the Eredivisie, suggesting that Rangers’ pursuit of the player may have reached its conclusion for now.

The report fails to provide a clear timeline for a potential future move for Danilo. It remains uncertain whether the “later date” refers to this summer or the upcoming year. Michael Beale’s persistent pursuit of another striker suggests that Rangers are still in the market for attacking reinforcements, despite the recent signing of Cyriel Dessers. The final decision regarding the club’s striking options will depend on several factors, including the potential influence of Antonio Colak, a Croatian striker whose presence could potentially dissuade Rangers from pursuing another forward.

Rangers’ ability to make further signings will also be contingent upon their budgetary constraints and the possibility of generating additional funds through player sales. As of now, the club has brought in new players but has yet to offload any from their squad. This situation may necessitate a pause in their signing activity, allowing the club to focus on generating funds through player sales before making any further acquisitions.