For exactly a month now, rumours of a renewed interest from Rangers F.C. in Andreas Skov Olsen have done the rounds.

The first came on December 14th, when it was claimed the Ibrox side had made requests for information regarding the Denmark international.

Then we got an article stating Rangers were the ‘most convinced’ about the player, but that a €6m offer was deemed ‘not enough’.

That particular one came from Gazzetta dello Sport on January 5th, who appear to have forgotten all about it on Friday, since they bring up the €6m again.

Looking at the deals Bologna may do in the January transfer window, it’s made clear that Skov Olsen is ‘out’, with Giovanni van Bronckhorst’s side ‘ready to offer €6m’.

Then, they ask the question: ‘Will that be enough?’.

In doing so, Gazzetta are asking a question they previously answered on January 5th, suggesting that no, it won’t be enough and Rangers will have to up said offer if they are to sign the Dane.

It’s all a mess, and perhaps that €6m bid has never been made, but now there’s a chance it could be accepted the closer we approach the end of the transfer window?