Rangers Manager fears ‘exceptional’ player’s exit amid Leeds and Wolves interest
Rangers manager Giovanni van Bronckhorst antiquates Leeds United and Wolverhampton Wanderers target Ryan Kent to leave in the summer transfer window, according to TEAMtalk.
TEAMtalk have reported that Rangers boss Van Bronckhorst thinks that midfielder Glen Kamara as well as winger Kent will leave Ibrox this summer.
Earlier this month, 90min reported that Leeds, Everton, Wolverhampton Wanderers and Fulham all want to sign the former Liverpool winger from Rangers this summer.
Journalist Dean Jones subsequently told GiveMeSport that Kent is aware of interest from Everton and Leeds.
Yes, we know that Leeds have been looking to sign Kent for a while, but the Whites are having a torrid season and could end up in the Championship.
Wolves have established themselves in the Premier League and are pushing for Europe.
A move to Wolves could help Kent push on, and, in our view, at the age of 25, a transfer to Molineux Stadium could be very appealing for him.
Kent – described as “absolutely exceptional with the ball at his feet” by former Bayern Munich star Owen Hargreaves on BT Sport’s Europa League highlights show in February 2022 –has scored two goals and given seven assists in the Scottish Premiership, and has scored one goal and provided three assists in the Europa League this season.