Leeds United have confirmed that Rangers’ reported target Souleymane Doukara has secured a deal with the Elland Road club to leave, and manager Thomas Christiansen hopes to have a replacement for the Senegalese forward in by the weekend.
The 25-year old ex-Catania forward was omitted for the EFL Cup clash with Newport amidst doubts about his future, and following the heavy speculation linking him with Rangers their manager has now confirmed the attacker is set to leave imminently.
This has further fuelled the fire with regards the Rangers interest, and with Pedro Caixinha keen to bolster his options up front, a free agent with the experience of Doukara could be just the ticket to join up.
Other contenders to grab the playmaker’s services are Hull City, but with them securing ex-Rangers attacker Jon Toral for £3M, the chances of them continuing their interest in the Senegalese are massively reduced.
We await this one with interest.