Rangers’ Antonio Čolak was a regular at Ibrox last season under Michael Beale’s orders and made 39 appearances, scoring 18 goals and registering three assists in the process.

His future could be far away from Beale’s side and more specifically at Parma. That’s according to TuttoMercatoWeb, who say the striker has now become the favourite target for the Serie B side in the summer window.

The 29-year-old’s contract at Ibrox lasts until 2025 and Rangers have an option to extend it by a year.

Despite this, it’s claimed he’s not included in Beale’s plans next season and Rangers have decided to look for other players for their attack. Therefore, it’s stated they have made the German available in the market.

This has helped the Italian club as the report says they have ‘easily found the economic agreement’ with Rangers. The Ibrox club will receive €2m plus bonuses from Čolak’s impending sale.

In order to secure the German’s services, Parma will have to agree a deal with the player, which TMW state they are currently ‘working’ on. If there’s an agreement between the two parties, Čolak will leave Rangers after spending a year at Ibrox.