Roma Striker Umar Sadiq Starts Following Rangers on Instagram

Roma Striker Umar Sadiq Starts Following Rangers on Instagram

Roma striker Umar Sadiq‘s proposed move to Rangers appears to be edging closer to completion, after he following the Ibrox club on social media earlier today.

As we’ve told you previously, the 21-year-old Nigerian youth international has been linked repeatedly with a move to the Scottish Premiership side during the current transfer window, with Steven Gerrard looking to bolster his attacking options.

The Romans forked out £2 million for his services from Spezia back in 2016, and he managed to score two goals in six Serie A games before he was sent on short loan spells with Bologna and Torino.

And now it appears Sadiq could be on his way to Scotland, if his latest movements on social media are to be believed:

adiq spent the second half of last season on loan with Dutch side NAC Breda, where he netted an impressive five goals in 13 games, which appears to have convinced Gerrard of his ability to make the grade in the Scottish Premiership.

But how do you think he’ll fare in Scotland, if the move does indeed go through?

Let us know in the comments section below…

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