Alfredo Morelos has admitted that there hasn’t been a single offer made for his services.
Over the last two years there has been constant reports of big money moves for the striker ranging from mystery clubs in China to West Ham, Newcastle and Aston Villa. When Mikel Arteta is confirmed as the new Arsenal manager he likely to be lining up a £50m swoop for the greatest goal scorer Scotland has known since Kris Boyd was in his prime.
With a £10m funding gap and Sports Direct pay out looming next month things are getting desperate at Ibrox but in an interview to a Colombian newspaper the former HJK Helsinki starlet has let it out that there is no interest in the Ibrox hero.
The Sun reports:
There are no real proposals from other clubs, there is nothing. There has never been an offer for me to leave. I am only focused on Rangers.
The English Premier League is a super important league and going there would be a good thing for me. But there has been nothing concrete and you just have to keep working hard and waiting for an opportunity.
Meanwhile after watching Glen Kamara in the League Cup Final defeat from Celtic Juventus have dropped their interest in the midfield powerhouse.