Rangers FC in talks with European giant over big-money deal


The tide could be on the cusp of turning in Scottish football.

For nine years Celtic have dominated the game north of the border after running away with the Premiership title year after year.

The Bhoys have hopes of capping off a decade of domination by winning a 10th title in a row - something that would be a huge achievement.

But Rangers FC are bound to have something to say about it.

Steven Gerrard's side have mounted quite a recovery in recent years, and for the first time in a decade, they appear to be on the right track for a serious title challenge.

The Gers have made a perfect start to life in the league after picking up three wins from three, with the latest result being a 3-0 victory over St Johnstone.

Of course there's still a long way to go, but Steven Gerrard will certainly be delighted with the start that has been made.

Lasting the pace will be tricky, and that means that Rangers will need a squad that's capable of competing on all fronts.


Several players have been linked with a move to Ibrox, but it's a potential outgoing that is stealing all of the headlines.

Of course, we're talking about Alfredo Morelos.

The Colombian has been widely linked with a move away from the club, with Lille credited with a strong interest.

However a fresh face has emerged as a leading contender.

Reports from Football Insider have claimed that AC Milan have been in contact with Rangers over a move.


Talks are said to be in their early stages so it remains to be seen if the Italian giants would match the £17million fee that was floated by Lille.

GIVEMESPORT'S Phil Spencer says...

What a massive deal this would be.

While AC Milan may not be the European powerhouse that they were 10 years ago, it would still be a huge deal.

Alfredo Morelos is an outstanding player who is very capable of playing at a higher level.

After scoring a shed load of goals at Ibrox it's only natural that he's attracting such attention.

Steven Gerrard would love the Colombian to stick around, but it feels like his departure is a case of 'when' and not 'if'.

If Rangers can attract a substantial fee then they'll be happy and that could pave the way for Morelos to shine at a place like the San Siro.

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