By Richard Parks
Chinese club Beijing Renhe have tabled a reported £9million bid for Rangers striker Alfredo Morelos – and fans of the Glasgow giants have delivered mixed verdicts on Twitter.
The Scottish Sun claim the cash-rich outfit have upped their previous offer by £1million for the Colombian striker, 21, in an attempt to get a deal done by the end of the month.
But it is said that Rangers have rejected what is a fourth official bid for Morelos, who, as revealed by Football Insider this week, is also to be offered a jawdropping contract worth in the region of £38,000-a-week after tax.
Fans of the Glasgow giants have taken to social media to react to the latest move from Beijing Renhe, with some claiming the club must take the money given their reduced financial circumstances and use it to strengthen other areas of the squad.
Others urged Ibrox chiefs to hold firm and wait for Morelos to shine at the World Cup this summer before cashing in at an even higher price.
Here is a selection of their messages on Twitter:
 

The transfer window in China remains open until 28 February, which means Rangers could face further tests of their desire to hang on to the striker, who was signed from Finnish side HJK Helsinki last summer.
Morelos, who has scored 15 goals from 30 appearances this season, is among the the lowest earners in the Rangers side and, although the club have indicated they could open talks over a new deal, they would be unable to get near the figures on offer from Beijing Renhe.
The player’s agent has arrived in Glasgow for contract negotiations and they promise to be quite delicate given the lengths the Chinese club are prepared to go to sign him by the end of the month.
In other Rangers news, a stunning £50,000-a-week deal is on offer to a Light Blues first teamer in game-changing development.
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