Former Rangers star Michael Ball has told Football FanCast that it is no surprise that Premier League clubs, including Leeds United, are considering a move for Ryan Kent this summer.
The 24-year-old has played primarily as a left winger under manager Steven Gerrard, with Rangers winning the Scottish Premiership title at a canter.
They are currently 20 points clear of second-placed Celtic and have yet to lose in the league, with three games of the campaign remaining.
Kent has scored 12 goals in all competitions and has also registered 13 assists, and he has been linked with a move away from the club in recent weeks.
The Sun have reported that Leeds are interested in a deal to bring Kent to the Premier League, with a bid of around £15m mooted.
Leeds made a bid for the player last summer, of £11m, per the report, and Marcelo Bielsa is said to remain keen on a move for the former England U20 international.
Asked about the prospect of him moving to Elland Road, Ball told FFC: “It’s no surprise that big clubs in the Premier League are looking at him but Rangers will want a big fee, he’s a key player for them, they won’t let him walk away cheaply.”