Rangers striker Alfredo Morelos has once again stated that he is open to leaving Ibrox if a move to a more competitive league can be secured.
The Colombian international did confirm that there has been no concrete interest in him so far but he did say that he would be open to moving clubs in January if the right club came along:
“There is a lot of speculation of teams, things I’ve read on Twitter and stuff, but there’s been nothing concrete, but if there is then I will let you know.”
“I just need to continue doing things to the best of my ability and we will see now in the winter transfer window if there’s the chance to make a bigger move, to a much better and more competitive league.”
“It would be good for me to keep improving, both for my game and my statistics to keep doing things the best I can.”
Considering how important Morelos is to Steven Gerrard’s side, selling him midway through the season would certainly damage their title prospects.
The 23-year-old has scored 15 goals in 21 appearances this campaign, and the Gers would be extremely reluctant to let him go before the summer.
As things stand, though, there is no need for supporters to be concerned as there is no bid currently on the table. There have been reports of interest from Crystal Palace and Aston Villa but no club have so far formally approached the Light Blues about Morelos.