Report claims Michael O'Halloran has agreed Ibrox terms, despite Rangers' rejected bids

Michael O'Halloran has reportedly agreed personal terms with Rangers - despite them still being short of St. Johnstone's valuation.

According to the Daily Mail, Michael O’Halloran’s personal terms have been agreed in principle with Rangers - but they still haven't agreed a fee for him yet.

The report states that Rangers have missed out on top target Toumani Diagouraga, with the French midfielder set to leave Brentford to join Leeds United, despite Gers boss Mark Warburton's desire to reunite with his former Brentford star.

Now, it's suggested that Rangers will focus their attention on signing St. Johnstone forward Michael Halloran in a bid to land a major January capture.

O'Halloran, 25, scored ten goals for St. Johnstone last season, and it's stated that Rangers have had two bids rejected for the Scottish forward, with the final bid being worth £150,000 - well short of St. Johnstone's alleged asking price for their star forward.

However, the Daily Mail report that Rangers have though agreed personal terms in principle with O'Halloran, and simply need an agreement with St. Johnstone to secure the deal.

After the blow of missing out on Diagouraga, it would be a major boost for Rangers to secure the signature of O'Halloran, though some may frown upon terms being agreed with the player before the two clubs have reached a deal over the fee involved.

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