Rangers do intend to offer Ryan Kent a new contract but they are “concerned” about losing him on a free transfer when his current deal expires next year, according to 90min.com.
The Light Blues are not believed to be confident about agreeing an extension with the 25-year-old due to his potential wage demands, and they know they can’t compete with offers from abroad.
Kent’s performances, particularly in the Europa League, have attracted a lot of attention, to the extent that the Gers’ Europa League semi-final opponents, RB Leipzig, are now keeping an eye on him, along with a number of other Bundesliga teams.
However, it is clubs in England who are the likeliest to make a move for the former Liverpool player. 90min.com claim Leeds have revived their interest in the winger but there are also three other Premier League clubs involved.
Newly promoted Fulham are reportedly keeping tabs on Kent, in addition to Wolves and Everton. We shall see if any of them make a formal bid in the coming weeks.