According to The Scottish Sun, Leeds United are set to make an improved bid of £14m to Glasgow Rangers for Ryan Kent.
The 23-year-old has already been the subject of a £10m offer, but that was turned down by the Ibrox outfit.
Now, the Whites are set to return with an improved bid of £14m, whilst they could offer the left-winger £50,000 a week to make the move to Elland Road.
So far, the Gers have been strong in their stance as they reportedly made it clear that they will not sell Kent this summer, no matter the price. However, a bid like this makes it far more difficult to stick to their word.
On the face of it, it is hard to see what he has done to merit such interest. After signing for £7m last year from Liverpool, he managed just eight goals in 33 matches, and he has received criticism both from the fans and pundits, who have questioned his ability to put the ball into the back of the net on a regular basis.
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This term, though, with three goals in his first five matches in the league, he has already started to silence those doubters, and at 23 he has plenty of time to improve. As a result, even such a big approach is unlikely to be enough for the Gers to part ways, especially as they go in search of a first major trophy since 2011.
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