Report Insists Rangers Will Have To Pay 3.6M For Midfielder Amid Claims Of Cut Price Deal

Report Insists Rangers Will Have To Pay 3.6M For Midfielder Amid Claims Of Cut Price Deal

Rangers will have to pay €4m (£3.6m) if they want Amiens midfielder Bongani Zungu to join on a permanent basis at the end of the season, according to Soccer Laduma.

The website reports that claims coming out of Scotland that the Light Blues will only have to pay £2.7m for the South African international are wide of the mark with Amiens insisting that their €4m valuation is met in full.

Zungu joined Rangers on loan earlier this month following a protracted transfer saga. The transfer fee was always believed to be the main problem in getting a permanent deal over the line, combined with the player’s contract situation.


The 28-year-old’s contract was set to run out at the end of the season, which would mean that the player could have signed a pre-contract agreement in January. However, Zungu agreed a one-year extension in order to complete his loan switch to Rangers, and it now appears that the dispute over the fee has yet to be resolved.

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