Kenny Miller Claims Rangers’ Asking Price For Two Players Has Dropped By 20M

Kenny Miller Claims Rangers’ Asking Price For Two Players Has Dropped By 20M

Ex-Rangers striker Kenny Miller believes that his former club may only receive a “couple of million” each for Ryan Kent and Alfredo Morelos if they try to sell the pair during the January transfer window.

The fact that the two players will have just six months left on their contracts, combined with their poor form, means their valuations have dropped dramatically. Miller says that while both could have earned the Gers in excess of £10m previously, that is no longer the case:

“A few months ago I said a bit of security might be the key for Kent to rediscover his best form because he has been well short this season. Alfredo also needs to do so much more if he’s to budge Antonio Colak. I can’t see either going for more than a couple of million with six months left on their contracts. And that’s a best-case scenario.”


“Maybe that offer would tempt Rangers to sell. But a year or two ago, you could have put a one in front of that sum for both. If this was two seasons ago then everyone would be panicking. But now? I actually don’t sense much concern at all.”

It has been a dramatic fall from grace for Kent and Morelos. Kent may have kept his place in the team but his below-par performances mean that there is far less interest in handing him the lucrative new contract he has been demanding.

When it comes to Morelos, the Colombian international looks like a pale shadow of his former self and, as Miller points out, he has lost his place to Antonio Colak. Both now look destined to leave Ibrox on the cheap in January or on free transfers next summer.

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