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Exclusive: Rangers could now complete £6m Ibrox signing



According to insiders who spoke to Football Insider, Rangers may now purchase Abdallah Sima for just £6 million this summer.

Pete O’Rourke, the transfer correspondent for Football Insider, disclosed that Sima does not align with Brighton’s long-term goals in an interview for the most recent episode of the Inside Track podcast.

The Seagulls are reportedly ready to break even on Sima, 22, and will take a bid of £6 million, which is the same amount they spent Slavia Prague for him in the summer of 2021.

Rangers would have probably needed to smash their all-time record move to keep Sima at Ibrox, as the Premier League team had previously valued him at between £10 and $15 million.

This summer, Abdallah Sima will relocate permanently to the Rangers?

But they’re in a good position to get him for a low cost.

The Senegal international, who has 16 goals and two assists in all competitions, has been among the Gers’ greatest performers this year.

Prior to their elimination in the round of sixteen in the Europa League, he scored eleven goals in the league, including the game-winning goal in the 3-3 thriller against the Old Firm earlier this month (7 April).

But injuries have plagued him this season, and on Sunday, April 21, he took another blow in the Scottish Cup semi-final after missing 13 games due to a hamstring problem.

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Nevertheless, Rangers would still look to make a permanent move despite Sima’s injury concerns, according to reliable sources who spoke with Football Insider.

On April 11, Football Insider did, however, also report that teams in the Premier League and top five European leagues are showing interest in the forward.

Rangers, who now trail league leaders Celtic by three points, recently defeated Hearts 2-0 to get to the Scottish Cup final.

On Sunday afternoon, April 28, they will play their away game against St Mirren to resume league action.



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