Rangers are targeting a £500,000 January transfer for Angola ace Benedito Mambuene Mukendi but face competition from top European clubs

RANGERS are interested in a £500,000 move for Angolan rising star Benedito Mambuene Mukendi.

The 20-year-old midfielder currently plays for Trofense in Portugal’s second division and is regarded as one of the most talented players in the league.

Rangers are keeping an eye on Trofense star Benedito Mambuene Mukendi

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Born in Angola’s capital Luanda, he arrived in Portugal aged 18 and has spent the last three seasons raising eyebrows, particularly in cup competitions.

Nicknamed ‘Beni’, his contract expires next summer and Rangers are among several top European sides keeping an eye on the player.

Primeira Liga giants Braga are also considering a move after watching him in Portugal for some time.

However, Rangers are believed to be preparing a serious January bid for the youngster in a bid to deter other potential suitors.

The Scots also believe they can offer more attractive wages and a chance to play in European football should they qualify next season.

Ibrox have seen many changes in recent months, with Queens Park Rangers boss Michael Beale replacing the sacked Giovanni van Bronckhorst.

Beale is looking to bring on a slew of young talents this winter to bolster his new side’s title fight against rivals Celtic and Beni could be one of them.

Rangers reached the Europa League final last season after finishing second in the league but flopped in the Champions League this season, losing all six group games.

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The midfielder has provided a total of two assists in 15 games so far this season.

Beni has amassed 40 appearances in all competitions for Trofense since arriving.

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