Rangers are unlikely to make a second offer for PAOK Salonika striker Antonio Colak any time soon, according to reports in the Scottish media.
It is believed that the Light Blues did make an opening bid for the 28-year-old, but PAOK are believed to have rejected the proposal that was put forward.
Colak, who has been capped three times by Croatia, struggled to get game time in Greece after returning from a loan spell at Malmo in the January transfer window.
The striker made only eleven starts in the second half of the season, but he did score two goals in the playoff stage of the Greek Super League during the last couple of months of the campaign.
It’s a stark contrast to his form at Malmo, where he bagged 19 goals in 40 appearances for the Swedish club, including the brace that he scored at Ibrox to knock out Rangers in the Champions League qualifying rounds back in August last year.