RANGERS have been related with a startle pierce for Euro 2016 leader Bruno Alves.
The 35-year-old is a aim for compatriot Pedro Caixinha as he looks to accelerate his patrol for subsequent season.
Alves helped a Portugal inhabitant group to their initial vital honour as they kick hosts France 1-0 in final year’s final.
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And it appears Caixinha is looking towards a centre-back for his knowledge as he aims to tighten a opening on Celtic subsequent season.
Alves has played during a tip turn via many of his career, creation his name during Porto before spells with Zenit Saint Petersburg and Fenerbahçe.
The defender now has one year left on his Cagliari contract, though Gers are anticipating a Serie A side will let him go on a free, according to a Express.
Ibrox trainer Caixinha has recently certified his side are worse than he thought when he initial took a reins though is austere he can stop a Hoops winning ten-in-a-row if he gets a players he wants.
That could be Euro 2016 leader Alves who will be followed by former general team-mate Pedro Mendes to make a switch to Glasgow.
Rangers demeanour set to remove dual gifted defenders with Clint Hill and Philippe Senderos entrance to a finish of their contracts.
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