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Rangers manager Pedro Caixinha is wanting to strengthen in every area of his side

Rangers manager Pedro Caixinha is wanting to strengthen in every area of his side

The Daily Record say Portuguese duo Dalcio and Fabio Cardoso are due in Glasgow today to complete medicals after deals were agreed with their respective clubs to move to Ibrox.

Carlos Pena has arrived in Glasgow as he aims to become Rangers boss Pedro Caixinha's third summer signing.

Rangers are continuing an already busy summer of transfer activity following the signings of Ryan Jack on a free transfer from Aberdeen and Bruno Alves for £500,000 from Cagliari.

Vitoria Setubal centre-half Fabio Cardoso and Benfica attacker Dalcio are both due to report to the club's training base on Monday morning after Caixinha accompanied the pair on a flight from Lisbon.

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Dalcio is a 21-year-old Benfica forward but has yet to play for the first team, although he has top-team experience with Belenenses.

Jack became Rangers' second summer signing with Portugal global veteran Bruno Alves announced a day earlier on Wednesday.

He previously worked with Caixinha at former side Santos Laguna and will have to be granted a work permit in order to play in Scotland.

The striker has nine Mexico caps and three global goals to this name, with the new man set to be tasked with firing Rangers into contention domestically.

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