Embarrassing PL bid thrown out for Rangers attacker

Embarrassing PL bid thrown out for Rangers attacker
GLASGOW, SCOTLAND - JANUARY 17: Kai Kennedy of Rangers controls the ball during the Scottish Cup fourth round match between Rangers and Stranraer FC at Ibrox Stadium on January 17, 2020 in Glasgow, Scotland. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

As many fans will know Rangers have rejected a £600,000 bid from West Ham for attacking midfielder Kai Kennedy.

We’re not quite sure just how insulted we should be by this absolutely pathetic bid for a player with a tonne of potential, but let’s put the facts down:

He’s an attacker, and a good one. Those aren’t cheap.

He only just signed a new deal earlier this year for another two years.

There are many sides looking at him.

And here’s the biggest giggle of all – West Ham finished 6th, meaning they’ve secured Europa League football, and they are absolutely not short on cash.

For a money-rich side like David Moyes’ high-flying Hammers to try to snap up a rising star of Scottish football for £600,000 is truly comical.

Ok, Kristoffer Ajer’s CV is a bit more impressive, but nevertheless he wanted to leave, his deal was down to the last year, and his new manager didn’t want him. And STILL Brentford paid up to £20M for him.

We’re not saying Kai Kennedy is worth £20M, don’t be silly, but there is a few million quid in there and it’s no wonder Rangers rejected such a paltry bid.


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  1. If Kai Kennedy is worth a few million quid as you say it kind of makes me wonder why he’s not in our first team squad. It looks like he might go out on loan again so it’s no surprise West Ham only bid £600,000 as it would appear that we don’t want him.

  2. Sick and tired of hearing our young players going to other clubs .
    I go too a lot of the games and i would love the chance too see some of our young players.

    I honestly hate it when i hear how good billy gilmour is going to be i hope the lad contonues his progress and will go on and be a great player.
    But let us see what our academy are producing.

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