Premier League giants could sell Rangers target Klopp loves

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Chelsea are reportedly considering selling Billy Gilmour this summer, with the Scotland international being on Rangers’ radar five years after leaving the club’s academy to move to west London.

According to the Evening Standard, there is a chance the 21-year-old midfielder will be sold by Chelsea this summer, with the Blues considering selling many young players to fund moves for more experienced first-team figures, with Armando Broja. is reportedly set to leave for West Ham in a £30m deal.

As well as the Albania international, Gilmour could now be another player Chelsea are keen to sell this summer, with Rangers reportedly eyeing their former academy wonderkid as Giovanni van Bronckhorst looks to add more creativity in midfield to the Bears team.

Although no price tag is yet given for Gilmour, the Scotland international is widely expected to fetch a handsome sum for Rangers, who this summer are in the money after selling Joe Aribo and Calvin Bassey this summer. last to leave for Europe. giants Ajax for a club record fee.

Indeed, Gilmour would be an ambitious signing for Rangers, but with the likes of Jurgen Klopp being big fans of the Chelsea midfielder, the Scottish giants taking advantage of the Blues’ sale of the youngster could be a move many supporters approve considering the direction Van Bronckhorst wants to take the club.

If Chelsea sell Gilmour, Rangers must do their utmost to sign him

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Rangers have some impressive signings of late, including the loan signing of Aaron Ramsey in the January transfer window, but should Chelsea decide to sell Gilmour, the 21-year-old’s landing would be just as incredible as his move for the Welsh international. earlier in the year.

While the transfer fee could dwarf anything Rangers have ever paid for a player before, a talent like Gilmour is worth its weight in gold, and signing the Scottish talisman would be an incredible step forward for the Glasgow giants in their quest to reclaim the SPL title. of its Celtic rivals.

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