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Athletic report shares update on “sensational” Ibrox star that’ll delight Rangers fans - opinion
In a recent article for The Athletic, Rangers correspondent Jordan Campbell has shared a promising update on Ryan Kent and the chances of him staying at Ibrox.After another impressive season under Steven Gerrard, the former Liverpool winger has unsurprisingly been tipped for a move away from Glasgow this summer, with Leeds United once again the interested party.
Rangers havewith a move for SC Heerenveen midfielder Joey Veerman throughout the transfer window, but Michael Ball has claimed the Dutch side will have to lower their asking price if he is to join Steven Gerrard’s side at Ibrox.
What’s the word?
The Athletic’s Rangers correspondent Jordan Campbellrecently that the Dutchman remains a target for the Gers this summer, writing: “Rangers registered interest in the 22-year-old several months ago but, while his future is almost accepted as lying away from Heerenveen, his destination is not as certain.
'It is a big worry' - Pundit reveals Ibrox fears over £3m Rangers star after news emerges
Noel Whelan has expressed his worry as Glasgow Rangers defender Connor Goldson appears to be no closer to signing a new contract at Ibrox. The Lowdown: Goldson future in doubt Goldson’s future at Ibrox is certainly up in the air. The 28-year-old has just one year left on his contract (Transfermarkt), and has been the […]Goldson’s future at Ibrox is certainly up in the air. The 28-year-old has just one year left on his contract (Transfermarkt), and has been the subject of interest from West Ham as the 55-time Scottish champions aim to tie him down to a new three-year deal.
“There has been widespread interest in the playmaker after impressing during his two seasons at the Eredivisie club, making 53 league appearances. Italy’s Hellas Verona made a bid of around €5 million, which was rejected, and led to the player accusing Heerenveen of asking for “crazy money”. It still remains the case, however, that theirs is the only formal bid on the table and that Rangers would need to top that fee to sign Veerman.”
In a recent interview with, former Rangers defender Michael Ball suggested that Rangers were unlikely to pay the Eredivisie side’s current asking price, so they would have to reduce that if he is to complete a move to Ibrox.
He said: “Unfortunately the big teams aren’t willing to pay that. They’ve got to drop it, Glasgow Rangers won’t be paying nine, ten million pounds, I don’t think they’ve got that money to pay for a young kid right now.”
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Fulham have recently announced that they have completed a deal to sign midfielder Harry Wilson on a five-year deal from Liverpool. What’s the story? Wilson had been with Liverpool since 2005, but was restricted to just two first-team appearances for the Reds over the years. Loan spells with the likes of Derby County, AFC Bournemouth […]Wilson had been with Liverpool since 2005, but was restricted to just two first-team appearances for the Reds over the years.
Should Rangers spend big money on Veerman?
Whilst Rangers have gained a reputation for bargain deals during Steven Gerrard’s tenure, with both Fashion Sakala and John Lundstramso far this summer, a player of Veerman’s quality is always likely to demand a hefty fee.
Themidfielder demonstrated his immense quality in the Eredivise last season, contributing seven goals and 10 assists in 31 appearances, averaging a superb 7.40 rating from for his performances.
Any deal for the midfielder would likely surpass Gerrard’sduring his time at Rangers thus far, but he could add superb quality to the 41-year-old’s side, after being dubbed “ ” on the ball by Michael Mols earlier in the summer, so Ross Wilson should make a huge statement and submit the sort of bid that Heerenveen will be forced to consider.
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