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.