According to The Daily Mail (via Glasgow Live), Glasgow Rangers are bracing themselves for an offer from Leeds United for Ryan Kent.
The Lowdown: Long-standing interest in Kent
The Whites have long been linked with a move for the winger, who made the switch to Ibrox from Liverpool.
The Elland Road outfit even made an offer of £10m for the 24-year-old last summer, but the bid was rejected by the 55-time Scottish champions (BBC).
The Latest: Gers prepare for another bid
Via Glasgow Live, The Premier League side have been looking to sign Noa Lang from Club Brugge, but they have so far been unable to do so.
As such, they may return for Kent between now and the end of the transfer window.
The Verdict: For the right price
Since making the move north of the border – first on loan and then on a permanent deal – Kent has shown he has plenty of raw ability. In 134 games for the club, he has 27 goals and 30 assists and has displayed his ability to beat a man (Transfermarkt).
Should Rangers let Kent go?
However, despite now having garnered a bit of experience, the Oldham-born man remains inconsistent. He has come in for criticism from both supporters and pundits, meaning he cannot always be relied upon.
Valued at £12.6m (Transfermarkt), the Gers would be able to attract a big fee for his services if they were to sell this month given that he is young, English and now has the added bonus of having helped guide a team to a domestic title win. Perhaps it is something they should consider.
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