According to The Scotsman, Rangers have set sights on Dulwich Hamlet forward Reise Allassani.
The former Crystal Palace attacker has a tremendous season with Dulwich in Premier Division of the Isthmian League, as he has scored seventeen goals in 16 games so far.
Allassani is versatile footballer that can play on both wings and as a second-striker. He times his run perfectly and has a lethal finishing, which makes him a dangerous goal machine.
In addition, he can also cover the role of center-forward equally well and, Rangers desperately need a player like him to improve their chances for a Champions League spot this year.
Allassani’s brilliant performances have not gone unnoticed, as there are many lower division clubs in England that would like to get his signature.
Nonetheless, Graeme Murty seems to have entered the race now, and if Rangers’ officials make a move for the striker, there’s a possibility that we will see him at Ibrox by the end of January.