According to the Derby Telegraph, Glasgow Rangers have rejected several for controversial centre-back George Edmundson.
The Lowdown: No real future at Ibrox
Edmundson made just two appearances for the Gers during the first half of last season (Transfermarkt) before a loan move to Derby in January.
He was hit with a seven-match ban while still at Rangers for breaking lockdown regulations (BBC), and as such, it feels he has little future at the club.
The Latest: Bids rejected
However, it appears that the 55-time Scottish champions have rejected several offers for the 23-year-old, according to reports from the Derby Telegraph.
It is unclear whether the Rams are among the clubs interested in the defender’s services on a permanent basis.
The Verdict: Waiting for the right offer
It seems that Steven Gerrard and co are simply waiting for the right offer. The former Oldham man has made just 17 appearances in two years for Rangers, and the Ibrox club already have a number of centre-back options. It therefore seems unlikely that Gerrard will suddenly feel Edmundson should be a part of his plans, even if he did call the player “faultless” back in 2019 (Glasgow Times).
Should Rangers sell Edmundson?
Valued at £450,000 by Transfermarkt, Rangers will likely be hoping for a fee of roughly that amount if they are to let him go this summer. If they get that kind of money, he would probably be allowed to leave with the club’s best wishes.
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