Scottish giants Glasgow Rangers are interested in Dinamo Zagreb attacking midfielder Amer Gojak, according to reports by Bosnia news outlet Sportsport.
The Gers have recently visited Croatia on a scouting mission, in search of potential new talent as they aim to strengthen the squad during the summer transfer window.
Representatives from Rangers saw Gojak in action for Zagreb in the Croatian Super Cup Final, where they faced Rijeka, the report states.
The 22-year-old was a standout performer and caught the eye of Steven Gerrard’s side, scoring the only goal to lead Zagreb to victory.
Reported Rangers target Gojak enjoyed a successful season last year, scoring four goals in his 23 appearances, and has now appeared on the Ibrox radar ahead of a potential move to Scotland.
The Bosnia international has been tipped for a bright future, and Gers will be hoping to get a deal over the line before the attacking midfielder attracts more interest from around Europe.
Gojak has an imposing presence, standing at 6ft, with Rangers impressed by his ability to create goals as well as find the back of the net himself.
Gers have invested in the Croatia league in the past, with the Balkans region an area that the Scottish outfit have shown particular interest in over the years.
So far, Rangers have spent £5m on players from the area, bringing in Nikola Katic from Slaven Bepulo and both Borna Barisic and Eros Grezda from NK Osijek.
While the Gers are unaware of any fee attached to Gojak, his most recent valuation came in at €15m, which would be a big investment if Gerrard was to cough up that amount of cash.
There’s no doubt that the 22-year-old would add quality to the Rangers squad though, which will assist in their aim of closing the gap at the top of the Scottish Premiership.
Gojak may well appear at Ibrox Stadium this season if Rangers take their interest in the player to the next level, which would be a huge statement of intent from the club.