According to reports from The Daily Record, Rangers have taken the rather audacious step of circulating a list of players available for summer transfer and their valuations to English clubs.
The most lucrative name on the list is young winger Barrie McKay, who ended the 2016/17 Scottish top flight campaign with five goals to his name, with Rangers valuing him at £2million.
The 22-year-old is one of the most exciting talents at Ibrox so that price-tag seems a little on the low side. But his contract is due to expire at the end of next season, meaning he’ll be able to discuss a free transfer with foreign clubs – including those in England – from January 2018 onward.
Thus, Rangers’ temptation to cash-in now, even for just £2million, is certainly understandable and it appears McKay is already garnering interest from England, with The Daily Mail reporting earlier this month that former Gers boss Mark Warburton is keen to bring him to Nottingham Forest.
So, Rangers fans, where do you stand in this debate? Should the club sell McKay this summer? Let us know by voting below…