Colak departs Rangers to join Parma

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Rangers striker Antonio Colak has left the club to join Serie B side Parma for an undisclosed fee.

The Croatian international hit 18 goals in 39 appearances for the Light Blues in his one season at the club having joined from PAOK last summer.

Colak’s exit comes as Rangers boss Michael Beale reshapes his attack, with forwards Cyriel Dessers, Sam Lammers and Abdallah Sima among seven new faces at the club this summer.
Rangers boss Michael Beale said: “Antonio can be really proud of his time here at Rangers. He scored goals and made a good contribution on the pitch but also as a man and professional, he was someone that I enjoyed working with and who built strong relationships with his team mates and staff off the pitch.

“We initially had a conversation at the end of last season, where we discussed football, his family and also what the future would look like in terms of the team.

“Antonio was very honest on his side and we have been working with him and his agent in the following weeks to find a solution that suits all parties. I am pleased for him to have this excellent opportunity in Italy.”

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