Rangers striker Alfredo Morelos has been the subject of fresh links to West Ham this week, even if the reports seriously undervalue the player.
The Ibrox club have made it clear that they won’t deal at anything less than their asking price. Stewart Robertson has previously said it’ll take Dembele dollars to shift the Colombian firebrand.
So when separate reports are linking him with the Olympic Stadium for the measly fees of £4m [West Ham Way podcast on Phoenix FM (Wednesday 17th July)] and £10m [Daily Star], you can’t blame Rangers fans for laughing off the interest.


Rangers fans clearly believe their star striker is worth considerably more than the measly numbers being touted by the reports linking him to West Ham.
Morelos is a lethal finisher, something which you can carry on to any level, and is an almost guaranteed goalscorer.
More than that, he’s a very intelligent footballer.
The Colombian international holds the ball up incredibly well, is a sublime link-up player and he is never scared to take an opponent on.
Alfredo’s discipline is often used as a stick to beat him with, but the reality is the person who that has let down most is himself.

Morelos hit a hattricks against St. Joseph’s side Gibraltar in the second leg of Europa League qualifying. (Photo by Mark Runnacles/Getty Images)

The Colombian could’ve been representing his country at the Copa America but his absence in the Rangers side through suspension cost him a place at the tournament.
Maybe El Bufalo needs to prove he’s over that side of his game before people start talking up his transfer value?

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