Never heard of him or the source so could be a load of rubbish but here's the article anyway with some stats of games he's played in.
Rangers MAKE STUNNING MOVE FOR WORLD CUP STAR
BY TIMGARRETT IN SCOTTISH PREMIERSHIP,TRANSFERS - 09:00 JUN 16TH 2018
The summer transfer window is already well underway, yet Rangers remain the only club in Glasgow to have completed any business. Nikola Katic has signed, Connor Goldson's arrival is imminent and the gap between the Old Firm rivals, it appears, is beginning to close.
New manager Steven Gerrard is by no means finished there, however, as he looks to build a squad capable of seriously challenging for the Scottish Premiership once more. Further recruits are being targeted, starting with a man currently plying his trade at the World Cup in Russia.
Tunisia’s Saifeddine Khaou will be taking on England in Volgograd on Monday evening as his nation gets their campaign underway but, if reports are to be believed, he could also be taking on Scotland’s finest come the beginning of next season.
Current employers Troyes suffered the ignominy of relegation from Ligue 1 last season and, as a result, the 23-year-old wants out. Steven Gerrard is believed to be desperate to offer him an escape route and, when looking at last season’s statistics, it’s easy to see why:
Avg Goal for
Avg Goals against
Mins per goal for
Mins per goal against
Shots for per game
Points per game
Troyes endured a genuinely dismal campaign last time out, but it’s remarkable to note just how much better their performances became in the 21 games in which Khaou was able to take part.
In attack, their average goals per game almost doubled from 0.6 to an admittedly still poor 1.0, while they also became far more resolute at the back. Without Khaou they kept clean sheets in just 6% of games, with him they shut out the opposition in 33%.
What the side really needed, however, was points, and Khaou helped them gain them in a way almost no other player in their squad could. With him, their win rate was at a respectable 33% but, without him, it plummeted to a relegation-tempting 12%.
All of this goes to show just how much this versatile midfielder was able to contribute at both ends of the pitch, and Troyes fans must be left wondering just how different things might have been had he been in the side for the whole of the campaign.
It’s rare that a player this young and with this much ability to contribute becomes available, and Rangers would be well advised to act fast before other suitors emerge. Khaou would be a fantastic signing and has the potential to be a talisman in this exciting new era for the club.