Rangers transfer news latest as Abdallah Sima price tag 'drops' amid hammerblow in Albion Rrahmani chase

Rapid Bucharest owner Viorel Moldovan admits Albion Rrahmani could be allowed to leave this summer - but it looks like a move to Rangers could be OFF.

The 23-year-old has sparked interest from across Europe after his impressive form for the Romanian side this last season - which has seen the Kosovo international net 17 goals - with the Scottish Premiership side and Slavia Prague reportedly keen on the forward. A move to the Light Blues appeared to be taking a step forward when Rangers director of football recruitment Nils Koppen reportedly held talks with the player's agency at TransferRoom's Mexico convention summit earlier this month.

However, Pro Sport report that the attacker is "close" to a €3m (£2.5million) move to Slavia Prague. Amid the speculation, Moldovan said: “There is a possibility that he will leave. It's true. If there is grievance, no one can stop him. We have very good options in that position, young local players who have great quality. I am a follower of these young people who must be given space to play, encouraged and supported to be basic players at Rapid and certainties."

Elsewhere, Rangers fans will hope to have a bit more luck in bringing Abdallah Sima back to the club. The Senegalese forward enjoyed a relatively successful season long loan at Rangers and is open to a permanent switch.

The player had started the summer with an £8million price tag - but the Sussex Express states that is set to be dropped with the winger having just a year left on his deal. However, he has still to be "assessed" by new head coach Fabian Hurzeler.

In terms of outgoings, Borna Barsic has already found a new club after leaving Ibrox for Trabzonspor. And technical director Abdullah Avcı has revealed things didn't get off to the perfect start for the full-back.

The 31-year-old signed for ambitious Trabzonspor, along with another ex-Ibrox colleague John Lundstram, this week after six years and 236 appearances for Rangers. However, he was unable to take part in training after complaining about muscle pain in one of his legs, which caused worried club chiefs to immediately send him for tests.

But the scan results showed no damage and no injury and Barisic was able to resume training. Avcı said: "Borna Barisic went for tests and a scan and has been cleared to continue his pre-season training with the club."