There are few sliding doors moments in terms of Rangers transfers that had as big an impact as that of Rafael Borre choosing to go to Eintracht Frankfurt.
After leaving River Plate on a free transfer in the summer of 2021, the Colombia international would, of course, end the season in the most dramatic of fashions by scoring the goal that got his team back into the Europa League final that they would go on to win at our expense.
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With Philippe Clement and Rangers looking to rebuild again in January, and Rafael Borre facing an uncertain future at Eintracht Frankfurt, could a return for the once-linked striker be on the cards?
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In terms of style of play, we know what the 28-year old offers.
He is quick, has clever movement and can play either as a number nine or off the wings.
His radar, as provided by DataMB shows that he is the type of player who could thrive under Philippe Clement.
Not only does he receive a lot of the ball but he also makes goo use of it by playing a high percentage of passes into the box.