Ryan Kent is reportedly generating lots of interest as the winger after the winger’s sparkling performance helped Rangers reach the Europa League final.
According to 90min, Leeds United – who previously had a bid knocked back under former boss Marcelo Bielsa – are again keen on signing Kent during this summer’s transfer window.
And it’s claimed the Yorkshire side could have stiff competition with fellow English clubs Everton, Wolves and Fulham also linked.
RB Leipzig are also reportedly interested in the star, with the 25 year playing against the Bundesliga side in both legs of the Europa League semi final.
Kent is out of contract at Rangers in 2023 and the Ibrox side are likely to be keen on holding on to one of their most influential players.
However, if he can help Rangers to victory in Seville later this month then he would have a crack at the Champions League group stage.
Kent first joined Rangers on a season-long loan for the 2018/19 campaign.
The winger then returned to his parent club Liverpool to join Jurgen Klopp’s pre-season training.
But he later agreed to return to Rangers on a permanent basis, signing for the club in September 2019 on a four-year contract on a reported fee of £7 million.