Rangers have offered a three year contract to Tarik Fagrach, following his release from Feyenoord, according to Dutch media outlet fr12.nl,
The 17-year-old attacker was released from his contract on November 14, and the report claims that he has been in talks with Scottish Championship leaders Rangers since then, as well as a number of other teams.
However, it is the Gers who have offered a contract, and whilst there are no indications that he is ready to sign it, the report does not suggest he is mulling over any other offers as seriously as the deal put forward by the Scottish giants.
Who is Tarik Fagrach?
Fagrach is a 17-year-old attacker, able to play as a striker and winger, who is currently a free agent.
He started his career with Excelsior, before linking up with Feyenoord’s academy in the summer of 2013, and was released earlier this month, with the report citing ‘bad behaviour’ as the reason for his release.
There are no clarifications as to what his bad behaviour was, but clearly Rangers boss Mark Warburton is not concerned by the youngster’s dismissal from Feyenoord.
Fagrach shares both Dutch and Moroccan nationality, and he has been called up by the Under-20 team of Morocco in the past, although he has yet to make his debut.