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Rangers will sell first-teamer on one condition months after transfer saga

Rangers fans in the Transfer Tavern will be looking for their side to keep pace with their rivals for the second spot in the Scottish Premiership at the weekend after falling three points behind Aberdeen.

The Gers are in a poor run of form as of late and Graeme Murty’s side is without a win in their last three matches which has seen them drop to third in the table. The club is likely to delve into the transfer window in the summer as they look to compete with Old Firm rivals Celtic and in European football and that could spell the end for some of the first-team players.

One of those players that could move away from Ibrox in the summer is Alfredo Morelos, although it would have to be a big offer to consider a departure, according to Gary Ralston in the Daily Record.

The Colombian striker has had a strong debut season with Rangers, scoring 17 goals in all competitions and has already sparked interest in him. The forward has recently signed a new deal to remain in Glasgow for a further four years, however, it is thought the Light Blues would cash in if they have the opportunity to do so once again.

A mega-money bid was rejected over the course of the winter window as Beijing Renhe eyed a move and, while he remained in Glasgow, Ralston’s piece suggests they would sell if another offer came in.

Landlord’s Verdict

Rangers fans in the Tavern will be disappointed with the idea that the club could entertain an offer for Morelos in the future, considering how important he has been to their club this season so far. However, if Gers receive the right amount of money for the 21-year-old, it may be too difficult to turn down.

Rangers fans, what do you think about selling Morelos in the summer for the right amount of money? Let us know below!


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