Alfredo Morelos is apparently back in the transfer plans of Fenerbahce.
It is unclear when he was previously on or when he came off.
Morelos is starting his fifth season at Ibrox during which he seems to have been linked with clubs across Europe without a single bid being made although there has been reports of offers from China.
After losing to Malmo in the Champions League qualifier Steven Gerrard is under pressure to sell players but after four years in Scotland with a bad disciplinary record there is unlikely to be a stampede of clubs looking to buy the former HJK Helsinki starlet
The Sun reports:
Now, Turkish media outlet Tavkim say Fenerbahce are considering making a move for the Colombian once again.
The report says Morelos is one of three strikers on their wanted list, with the options being RB Leipzig’s Alexander Sorloth and Hee-chan Hwang.
It’s said Morelos is valued at £12m by Rangers, however, it’s likely the Ibrox side will push for ever more.
Sporting Director Ross Wilson will have to negotiate and sanction any transfer deal at Ibrox, since joining the club two years ago the only fees that he has raised were from the transfers of Greg Docherty and Ross McCrorie.