Rangers: Kent and Morelos have NOT been offered new deals – Beale

Rangers: Kent and Morelos have NOT been offered new deals – Beale
GLASGOW, SCOTLAND - NOVEMBER 25: Alfredo Morelos of Rangers celebrates his opening goal with Ryan Kent during the UEFA Europa League group A match between Rangers FC and Sparta Praha at Ibrox Stadium on November 25, 2021 in Glasgow, Scotland. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

Michael Beale has offered a shock twist to the Alfredo Morelos and Ryan Kent contract sagas by claiming NEITHER of them were ever offered new deals.

The Rangers manager’s staggering admission defies months of source information to the contrary where it was widely understood both players had offers sitting on the table for them, and in both cases were not yet committed to signing them.

Instead, Beale’s revelation, which may or may not be the usual fabricated garbage he frequently spews out, suggests neither player were offered a deal at all.

He said:

“All the players that are out of contract – no one has been offered one. Not one player has had an offer put to them. No one has had a discussion where we’ve said, ‘we’ll offer you this and this’. Why? When I came in it was a little bit uncertain on one or two and I wanted to see the season through. That doesn’t mean I haven’t spoken to the players. At the moment they’re focused, working hard and getting on with it. But we’ve not formally made an offer to any of the players who are out of contact because I want to see certain things against certain opponents at certain levels to make sure they can be a part of it going forward. That’s where we’re at.”

It’s an absolutely startling claim, and if it is true, we almost do not know what to think of it. Beale has habit for talking utter nonsense, and we wouldn’t be shocked if this is the case here, but if it is true, if Kent and Morelos have not been offered new contracts, it’s actually bizarre.

Douglas Park is on public record as saying they want too much, and in truth, that could back this up. That there’s been informal discussions with both players but both demands were too high and no formal offer was ever made as a result.

But in reality – his comments contract Park too, with Park suggesting the two had been offered but rejected deals, because they demanded too much.

It’s a truly bewildering revelation, if it is accurate.

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