Prolific Rangers striker Alfredo Morelos has reportedly agreed personal terms to join Portuguese giants Porto.
The Colombian attacker is expected to quit Ibrox this summer, with a number of top European clubs chasing his signature. However, it would appear that Porto have won the race after reports last week that Morelos was subject of a £10million bid.
It’s understood that Rangers are looking for a fee in the region of £15-20m for the 25-year-old frontman.
But radio station Antena 1, as cited by the Glasgow Evening Times, states that there is a “total agreement” between Porto and the player over a move.
Morelos has scored 94 goals in 182 games during his time at Ibrox. He was also a key figure as Steven Gerrard’s side lifted the Scottish Premiership title last season.
The striker has often been a controversial figure at Ibrox, however, having been sent off an incredible seven times.
Any fee that Rangers recoup for Morelos is expected to go towards the addition of another striker for Gerrard.
The Ibrox outfit begin the defence of their title against Livingston on July 31.