Glasgow Rangers fans are far from happy with the reported £6m fee they are said to be looking for if they are to sell Filip Helander this summer.
As per Football Insider, both Aston Villa and Leicester City are believed to be interested in making a move for the £1.8m-valued 27-year-old Sweden international (Transfermarkt). He signed for the Ibrox outfit in the summer of 2019 and, even though he is now approaching the end of his second full campaign at the club, Steven Gerrard’s side are yet to lose with him in the starting line-up (Transfermarkt).
Should Rangers demand more than £6m for Helander?
He has plenty of football left ahead of him, while he represents a strong country internationally – as such, the £6m fee the Gers are said to be looking for does feel surprisingly low, even if Transfermarkt rate him significantly lower at just £1.8m.
The Gers supporters, clearly, do not believe the fee mentioned is a true reflection of what he is really worth. The fans took to social media platform Twitter to share their thoughts on the matter.
Let’s see what the fans had to say about the Helander news below
“That’s an insult. 6 million? Everyone knows for sure if he went to either English team and was outstanding his first season 27/28 or no he’d be off again for crazy money”
“How is it when Rangers players are rumoured with other clubs the fee is always far too low yet when it’s that mob across the city the fees are hicked through the roof, 6 million is a joke we should be looking at least 15million he’s a full international and league winner”
“Never heard so much nonsense. £6m for a Swedish international… They want his left ear? Not happening”
“When Maguire went for £85m it raised eyebrows, £6m for Helander is derisory.”
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