The amount of money Rangers would need to pay to sign Yusuf Kabadayi from Bayern Munich has been revealed, according to a report.

A variety of reports in Germany have suggested Philippe Clement is keen to sign the winger who spent last season on loan at Schalke in the 2.Bundesliga.

They have an option to buy the 20-year-old this summer, however, it seems they're unable to afford a permanent deal.

Kabadayi has just a year left on his current contract at the Allianz Arena, and it is expected he will leave in the summer.

Media out Der Werden claims Bayern would be willing to sell the attacking player for £850,000.

Bundesliga new boys St. Pauli and Serie A side Lecce are also believed to be interested in the player.

Rangers are set for a busy summer window, with Clement looking to reshape the first-team squad.

READ MORE: Rangers transfer news & rumours before window opens

Meanwhile, Fabio Silva could have joined Celtic on loan in January - but he chose Rangers.

That's according to his dad, who claims the 21-year-old rejected a switch from Wolves to the Scottish Premiership champions.

Jorge Silva says he had options to join either of Glasgow's big two in January.

And further discussing how things panned out at Rangers, he hit out at his son's critics.

He told the Sunday Mail: “At the beginning, Fabio had the opportunity to choose other clubs, even in Scotland. Could he have gone to Celtic? Yes, he could have gone there.

"Many people told him to go there because the way they play is maybe closer to Fabio’s abilities. But he chose Rangers.

“People spoke to us about his religion because he’s a Catholic but Fabio doesn’t show that to everyone. Even so, he told me as his father that he just wanted to play for Rangers.

“He loved the club and the fans. He just doesn’t understand that after one game (the Old Firm derby), everyone changed and went against the boy. It was a good time for him at Rangers. All the staff there helped him."