The Gers are on course to clinch a second Scottish Premiership title in a row and new boss Giovanni van Bronckhorst wants to reinforce his squad to boost their chances of retaining the top spot in the league until the end of the season.


Through the sale of academy product Nathan Patterson to Everton for a record fee, Rangers have added a significant amount to their coffers, which could further aid them in their pursuit of new recruits in the ongoing window.



The Scottish champions are heavily linked with a move for Bologna winger Skov Olsen, and it has been claimed that they even have submitted an offer for him.


But according to information relayed by Danish daily BT’s Transfervinduet podcast, the 22-year-old will only take a decision on his future at the end of this month.



The winger is aware of interest in his services and wants to evaluate all his options before deciding whether to stay at Bologna or join an interested party in this window.


In addition to Rangers, Danish side FC Copenhagen, along with other clubs from the country, and German outfit Hertha Berlin are also credited with interest in Skov Olsen.



The Scottish giants now face a wait to see if Skov Olsen wants to make the move to Ibrox, with both a permanent Bologna exit or a loan claimed to be the options in play for the player.