Euro giants end pursuit of £10M+ Rangers man

Euro giants end pursuit of £10M+ Rangers man
GLASGOW, SCOTLAND - FEBRUARY 21: Joe Aribo of Ranger celebrates with Ianis Hagi of Rangers after he scores his sides third goal during the Ladbrokes Scottish Premier League match between Rangers and Dundee United at Ibrox Stadium on February 21, 2021 in Glasgow, Scotland. Sporting stadiums around the UK remain under strict restrictions due to the Coronavirus Pandemic as Government social distancing laws prohibit fans inside venues resulting in games being played behind closed doors. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

Galatasaray have immediately ended their pursuit of Joe Aribo after Rangers played merciless hardball on their star midfielder, quoting a minimum of £10M before they would even consider selling.

Ibrox Noise spoke to you yesterday suggesting his pricing will start at no less than £15M, and while £10M isn’t quite that, it’s certainly significantly higher than the abysmal £3.5M the Turkish giants were intending to submit.

But now we know Rangers won’t accept a penny less than £10M as a starting point and this has turned the European giants away convincingly.

Aribo is an absolute asset, with all the attributes to become a top top player in the game, and the idea cash-rich Turks were going to try to pawn such a player for a sub-£5M bid was just laughable and derisory.

There was no way Rangers were going to entertain such a pathetic bid.

And they won’t.

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  1. When you say a “minimum of £10m” then you are really saying £10m. If someone says to me they will sell me something for at least £5 then I’m sure as hell going to offer £5. Personally I think he’s worth a lot more. We could sign a replacement for £6m who might not fit in then we have to go get someone else.

    • Aye Right, well done Rangers these foreign teams think our league isn’t up to much that they think we’ll sell players for pennies

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