James Tavernier: Rangers reveal dramatic transfer policy change

MOTHERWELL, SCOTLAND - SEPTEMBER 27: James Tavernier of Rangers gestures during the Ladbrokes Scottish Premiership match between Motherwell and Rangers at Fir Park on September 27, 2020 in Motherwell, Scotland.
Not for sale, at any price? (Photo by Mark Runnacles/Getty Images)

Steven Gerrard and Rangers have reportedly confirmed that James Tavernier is the one player the club simply will not sell no matter what the offer is.

Interest in the club captain is mounting from West Ham, following the former Newcastle player’s fine start to this season, and a bid is said to be incoming, but unlike every other case in the squad, aside possibly Connor Goldson, Rangers will issue a clear ‘not for sale’ response to any interest in their right back.

It marks a change in policy after Steven Gerrard admitted every player has a price even with respect to the likes of star attractions Alfredo Morelos and Borna Barisic, and more recently Ryan Kent, but any bid for the club captain will allegedly not be entertained at all.

Unless, we imagine, the bid is insane money that is impossible to reject.

More as we get it on this developing story.