New Rangers sporting director Ross Wilson says the club will not be forced into selling any of their key players in the January transfer window.
Both striker Alfredo Morelos and midfielder Glen Kamara have been heavily linked with moves south of the border over the past few weeks, but when asked if any important stars will need to be moved on in order to balance the books, Wilson replied:
“Categorically. We want our best players to stay here as long as they possibly can. We understand that like every other club in world football that there comes a point when players have to move on to something else for a variety of reasons.”
Of course, Wilson will not completely rule out any potential sales as every player has his price but it appears that the Gers will be looking to keep their top performers.
Manager Steven Gerrard has said that Wilson’s main focus in January will be to reduce the size of the squad. The Light Blues have a number of fringe players, like Eros Grezda and Greg Docherty, who will probably be moved on when the market reopens at the turn of the year.