Rangers 'miss out' on €7m attacker as 'transfer talks' confirmed for other target

Rangers have reportedly missed out on attacking midfielder Angelo Fulgini.

According to Bild in Germany, Mainz have agreed a deal to sign the Ivory-Coast born French star.

The Bundesliga club have won the race ahead of Borussia Monchengladbach and Rangers for Fulgini, who has played 160 times for French side Angers.

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Last season, the former French Under-21 international scored five goals in 36 Ligue 1 games as the team finished 14th.

The deal is reportedly worth up to €7million and could be announced on Tuesday with a medical due to take place on Monday.

Mainz have made the splurge to replace Jean-Paul Boëtius who left the club following the expiry of his deal.

Meanwhile, it is understood Rangers are moving closer to sealing a deal for Rabbi Matondo.

The Welsh international was left out of the Schalke 04 squad for their pre-season camp in Austria with the club confirming it was due to “transfer talks”.

Rangers have also been linked with Bayern Munich’s Malik Tillman.

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