On Tuesday, reports coming out of the Scottish press stated Rangers have their eyes on Raków Częstochowa’s Vladan Kovačević as their veteran goalkeeper, Allan McGregor, is set to retire.

These claims about Rangers looking at the 24-year-old have reached Poland, with WP SportoweFakty relaying it and giving their own take on this case.

It’s said that Rangers’ ‘interest is real’ in the custodian, who joined Raków Częstochowa last summer.

He has been the first-choice keeper for the Polish side, making 34 appearances in all competitions, conceding 28 goals and keeping 16 clean sheets in the process.

Rangers have taken note of Kovačević’s fine performances but are not alone as clubs from Poland, Belgium and Germany have him on their target list.

Raków Częstochowa reportedly paid around €500,000 to acquire the custodian’s services in 2021. WP SportoweFakty explain that ‘all indications are that this investment’ will ‘pay off’.

At the moment, Raków Częstochowa have ‘full control of the situation’ since Kovačević’s contract runs until 2024.

With Rangers’ ‘real’ interest, it needs to be seen whether Giovanni van Bronckhorst’s side will make an offer to convince the Bosnian to make a switch this summer.