According to The Scottish Sun, Leeds United have made a bid of £10m for Glasgow Rangers’ Ryan Kent.
The Whites are newly promoted to the Premier League, and as such Marcelo Bielsa is looking to add to his squad.
It seems he has his eye on the Gers’ Kent, with them making a £10m bid for the 23-year-old. The Ibrox outfit are only said to be willing to sell for big money, so the Yorkshire side may have to pay more to secure his services.
The former Liverpool youngster has started the season well – he has scored twice in his first four Premiership matches of the campaign – but so far questions still remain over his ability north of the border. He has managed 16 goals in 80 appearances for the Gers, which is not the best return for the £7m they spent on him – that is a substantial fee in Scotland.
There has been criticism of his lack of ruthlessness in front of goal, and that is something that will need to improve if he were to make the move to the English top flight. Having said that, Kent is an important player for Steven Gerrard – he has started every match so far this campaign – and with an average WhoScored rating of 7.55 so far this term, his overall play has been impressive.
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As the report says, it will take something special to convince Ross Wilson and co to sell.
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