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Rangers striker Antonio Colak changes agent

Rangers striker Antonio Colak has revealed today on Instagram that he has changed his representatives. 

The Croatian striker has opted to team up with CAA Stellar who have got some of the world’s best players on their books.

Colak was represented by Rogon agency in Germany, but he has decided to swap agents mainly to safeguard his future.

He has a contract at Ibrox until 2025 but has fallen out of favor under Michael Beale.

Antonio Colak

Colak was signed by former Gers manager Giovanni van Bronckhorst last summer. He was one of the top performers for the club in the first half of the campaign, but Beale has preferred Alfredo Morelos over him.

The 29-year-old striker has made only five appearances under Beale, although he struggled with injuries in the second half of the season.

CAA boats some of the top players in world football like Jack Grealish, Eduardo Camavinga, Pierre Kalulu, and Kieran Tierney. Celtic ace Aaron Mooy is also one of their clients.

Antonio Colak decision fuels Rangers exit fears 

In his first season at the club, Colak has managed 17 goals in all competitions, but Beale doesn’t fancy him enough as he continues to pick Morelos.

It is quite clear that even if Colak stays on, he will hardly regain the starting role again. Morelos has a contract at the club until the end of the season, and doubts remain about whether he will sign a new deal.

Antonio Colak

Unless, there’s a dramatic u-turn, it looks increasingly likely that the Colombian will leave the club in the summer.

Rangers could look to sign more than one striker if Beale wants to revamp the forward line. Kemar Roofe has hardly played this season, and he could be offloaded as well.

The Bears could also lose Ryan Kent and Ryan Jack in the summer as both the players will become free agents at the end of the season.

Saikat Mandal
Saikat Mandal
Founder of Sports Buffer. Master in mass communication from the University of Bedfordshire. Previously worked for Sportslens, HITC, and Breaking Media.

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