On January 7th, Il Resto del Carlino explained that Rangers ‘insist’ on Andreas Skov Olsen and are ‘preparing a proposal’ to sign the Bologna player in the winter market.
A week later, Gazzetta dello Sport reported the Scottish Premiership champions are ‘ready to offer €6m’ to get the winger to Ibrox.
Monday’s edition of Het Laatste Nieuws explains Giovanni van Bronckhorst’s side, along with Torino, Hertha Berlin and FC Copenhagen all showed interest in 22-year-old.
However, the Denmark international has a ‘clear preference’ when it comes to his future and has no intention to join Van Bronckhorst at Rangers.
It’s claimed the player has snubbed Rangers and other interested parties to join Club Brugge this month. A deal to bring Skov Olsen to Belgium will cost the Jupiler Pro League winners around €6m.
The Dane’s expected arrival in the January window will allow Club Brugge to prepare for the potential departures of Charles De Ketelaere and Noa Lang.
The duo are attracting interest from elsewhere and Club Brugge could struggle to hold on to both of them after this season.