Rangers transfer news bulletin as Yusuf Kabadayi price 'set' while Goldson and Tavernier face Saudi push

Rangers have reportedly been told by Bayern Munich how much they must pay to land winger Yusuf Kabadayi this summer.

Philippe Clement is in the midst of a major rebuild of the Ibrox dressing room with Mohamed Diomande, Jefte and Oscar Cortes all permanent deals penning deals with the club in recent weeks. The Light Blues are also said to be among a host of clubs chasing the the 20-year-old - was handed his first professional contract by the Bundesliga giants last summer before making the move loan switch to Schalke.

He is now approaching the final 12 months of that deal - and German outlet Der Werden claim that a lowball offer could tempt the Bundesliga giants to part with the prospect this summer. Schalke held an option to buy the player in the loan deal that took him to the Bundesliga. 2 side last season - but couldn't stump up the cash to make the move permanent.

The report states that a €1million (£850k) offer would have taken him to Schalke permanently and it is expected a similar offer could see him leave Munich this summer. Rangers are said to be joined by St. Pauli and Lecce in the summer signing race.

Elsewhere, Steven Gerrard is reportedly still keen on brining Rangers duo James Tavernier and Connor Goldson to the Saudi Pro League. Record Sport exclusively revealed that the Rangers skipper and experienced defender Goldson are on the Al-Ettifaq shopping list this summer.

Hi Koura report that Gerrard has told the club he "wants" the duo this summer before the start of pre-season training - which will kick-off in July. It is said that the Saudi club will "press hard" to tempt the Light Blues to sell.

A potential return for Abdallah Sima remains on the cards at Ibrox after a successful loan spell from Brighton. Reports suggest that the club will have to wait on Brighton appointing a new manager before any decision is made over the next move for the Senegal star.

A timeline for a deal could now be inching closer with the English Premier League side set to replace Roberto De Zebri. It is claimed by Sky Germany that the Seagulls are "inching closer" to brining in St Pauli boss Fabian Hurzeler.