Latest Liverpool transfer development doesn't bode well for Rangers
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Liverpool's Harry Wilson valuation doesn't bode well for Rangers

Liverpool have reportedly slapped a £25m price tag on young winger Harry Wilson in a move which doesn’t bode well for Rangers’ interest in Ryan Kent.
Rangers pursuit of the English winger has been well publicised. The Ibrox club is eager to get at least another year out of the player, and have made an offer to Liverpool.
But the Anfield club is clearly not interested in making their young talent available at a knockdown price. No matter the success of their first team.

Liverpool don’t seem to be interested in selling their young talent at a knockdown price. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

Wilson has been terrific for Derby County and has helped guide the club to the Championship Playoff final.
He’s scored a wide variety of goals from all over the pitch and has really come of age under Frank Lampard. But if the Rams want to sign the 22-year-old winger in the next window, they’ll reportedly have to cough up.

Similarly, on-loan Rangers winger Ryan Kent has had a breakthrough season. Kent’s form at Ibrox has earned him the acclaim of Rangers fans, and a PFA Scotland Young Player of the Year award.

Reports in Liverpool suggested that Steven Gerrard’s former side are demanding £12m for the player [Liverpool Echo]. If the report surrounding Harry Wilson is anything to go by, there’s no reason why that won’t be true.
A loan deal is surely the best Rangers can hope for in their pursuit of the player. Liverpool appear to have no interest in selling their young talent at a knockdown price.


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