Rangers have reportedly attempted to cut Alfredo Morelos loose this summer with a £13M price tag after the star striker’s season was ruined through injury, affecting the rest of the team.
With the injury forward unavailable till pre-season at the earliest, sources claim Rangers want to maximise a return on his value by selling him come summer with a price tag a little lower than his market value, based on his current fitness status.
Morelos has been core integral this season, and the loss of him has wrecked Rangers’ title aspirations and potentially all other ones too, but with his contract winding down now (out of contract in just over a year) and Rangers seeking funds, information claims the club will seek to start afresh in June by shipping him out now before his value deteriorates.
At 25 Morelos is certainly ready for his PL bow, and he’s wanted that league for a long time – but no solid offers of an acceptable nature ever arrived from down south.
But with things changing through his surgery, reports claim Rangers are happy to take a good chunk of cash for a currently injured player and try to rebuild the squad for next season.
More as we get it.