Rangers should tell clubs to stop wasting their time with derisory bids for attacker
Rangers attacker Josh Windass is set to be the subject of a £1.5million bid from Cardiff City, according to a report, but the Light Blues should tell clubs to stop wasting their time with such low offers.
According to the Scottish Sun, Cardiff want the 18-goal star to join their ranks ahead of their return to the Premier League but can’t seriously think the Gers will sell for such a low fee.
The 24-year-old ended the season as the Gers’ top goalscorer last term and with the likes of Celtic’s Stuart Armstrong headed south of the border for £7million with only a year left on his contract then that’s the sort of ballpark figure the Gers should be looking at.
Gers manager Steven Gerrard has added some genuine quality to his squad this summer and it could prove difficult for Windass to hold down a regular starting place but if the Gers are to let him move they must maximise any transfer fee.
Windass’ performances last season were nowhere near consistent enough over the course of the campaign but with 18 goals over such an up and down campaign, he could be a huge asset if Gerrard can get him performing every week.
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A bigger bid could see the Gers do business this summer but at £1.5million he’s not going anywhere.
In other Rangers transfer news, Steven Gerrard has revealed the Gers ‘love’ this Ibrox star.