“How Can You Stand In Their Way?” Club Director Confirms 6M Rated Rangers Target Will Be Allowed To Leave

“How Can You Stand In Their Way?” Club Director Confirms 6M Rated Rangers Target Will Be Allowed To Leave

Peterborough’s Director of Football Barry Fry has made it clear that the English League One side will allow Jonson Clarke-Harris to leave the club this summer.

Rangers, Bournemouth and Sheffield United all reportedly sent scouts to watch the 26-year-old back in March, and Fry says they will listen to offers for the striker:

“How can you stand in their way, because it not only affects their life, it affects their families, their parents and grandparents. It is life-changing and we must do it.”


Fry has previously stated that Peterborough would demand “five times” the £1.25m they paid Bristol Rovers for the player back in August, meaning his valuation is north of £6m.

That is not a figure that Rangers would likely match, especially after it was confirmed that they will sign forward Fashion Sakala on a free transfer from KV Oostende in July.

Clarke-Harris could still, though, be a target if a player, like Alfredo Morelos, were to leave Ibrox. Ross Wilson has previously said there is an agreement with the Colombian that he can go if his asking price is met.

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