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Rangers transfer news bulletin as Andreas Skov Olsen saga takes fresh twist amid Bologna stance

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Bologna boss Sinisa Mihajlovic has moved to cool speculation that Andreas Skov Olsen will leave the club amid links with Rangers.

Reports in Belgium had suggested that Club Brugge has won the race to sign the Denmark winger from the Serie A side. Mihajlovic has heaped praise on the 22-year-old ahead of their clash with Napoli, insisting he remains part of the first-team plans.Speaking to the Italian press, he said: "Skov Olsen is doing well.

He did well in Cagliari too. Sometimes he should be more proactive, despite not playing in his role."We have many solutions, so I still don't know how and who I will play tomorrow, but on Skov I know I can count on two roles."When pushed on transfer speculation, he insisted he would have the final say on any exit: "I am not responsible for the costs or the choice of players, I am the technical manager and I train whoever is made available to me."I choose the players with the sporting director, but it is always me who decides if there is a need (to sell) and who must be taken, together with the sports director." Gio van Bronckhorst and sporting director Ross Wilson have been credited with an interest in the player through Italian reports but Record Sport understands the links are tenuous at this stage.

Elsewhere, St Johnstone goalkeeper Zander Clark is on the Ibrox radar and is also attracting interest from Aberdeen. Boss Callum Davidson admits he would like to the Scotland call-up test himself in England with his contract in Perth ends.He said: "A lot of clubs have been interested in Zander, not just Aberdeen.

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