Rangers have reportedly offered a contract to Tarik Fagrach following his release from Feyenoord, and he has been pictured in the training gear of the Ibrox club.
Published on the Twitter account @Damien1872, there is a picture of Fagrach wearing a training top with number 69 on it, furthering rumours that he is set to agree a deal with the Gers.
Tarik Fagrach was at Murray Park earlier today. pic.twitter.com/2HYCbVrDGz— Damien Speirs (@Damien1872) December 1, 2015
The Daily Record also ran a story with the image, stating that he was also at the game between Rangers and Dumbarton yesterday evening.
The report claims that he has been offered a three year contract to be part of Rangers’ development squad, following his release from Feyenoord last month.
He scored 39 goals in 54 games for the Dutch club’s youth team, but was released due to a training ground bust-up with youth coach Jan Gosgens. It is quoted that he was kicked out due to a ‘lack of training, motivation and a poor attitude’.
Clearly Mark Warburton can look past his attitude issues, and there is no doubt that Fagrach has a wealth of talent and potential which the manager has seen in him.
There are still no confirmations from the club that a deal has been agreed with Fagrach, but this latest picture suggests that his signing should be confirmed in the coming days.