Rangers-linked Spurs star ruled out of Everton switch despite £60m boost
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Rangers-linked Spurs star ruled out of Everton switch despite £60m boost

Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Harry Winks has had a move to Everton ruled out amid high-profile links to the likes of Rangers.

According to the iNews, Frank Lampard’s side will not move for the 10-times capped England international despite raking in a reported £60m from Richarlison heading in the opposite direction.

They claim that the Toffees have instead moved on to different targets with former Spur Christian Eriksen and Chelsea midfielder Conor Gallagher topping the list.

It has some interest to Rangers fans after the Ibrox club were mentioned alongside Harry Winks in ambitious links in late June.

Rangers linked Spurs star Harry Winks won’t be moving to Everton

The Gers have been linked with a move for Winks, now 26, throughout his career and were done so again by 90min as they mused over the player’s future this summer.

They claim that Rangers have been offered the player with Premier League quintet Everton, Brentford, Crystal Palace, Leicester and Wolves also mentioned.

Remarkably, the same report immediately rules Rangers out of the permanent reckoning by suggesting Spurs want £20m from any potential Harry Winks buyer.

Rangers, quite simply, are not spending that money on any player at present let alone Harry Winks and it had some filing the transfer story as nonsense.

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But if Tottenham Hotspur were open to a loan move then anything is possible, as we seen last season with the admittedly failed signing of Aaron Ramsey.

In a summer where transfer links are increasingly hard to come by Rangers fans will take what they can get and whilst Harry Winks remains unrealistic, his future is undecided.

Meanwhile, Rangers have reportedly pipped Old Firm rivals Celtic to their latest signing as the player is announced by the Ibrox side.

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