In accordance with Alan Nixon of The Sun, Giovanni van Bronckhorst’s Rangers are more eager about recruiting Ross Barkley from Chelsea than Ange Postecoglou’s Celtic in the summertime transfer window.
The well-known and renowned author claimed on Patron that Rangers had entered the battle for Barkley and are hoping to persuade the attacking midfielder, who earns £200,000 per week (based on The Sun), to transfer to Ibrox by promising him UEFA Champions League football.
Each Rangers and their Old Firm rivals Celtic, who won the Scottish Premiership title last 12 months and are also considering acquiring Barkley this summer, will take part in the UEFA Champions League.
Simon Phillips, a good and renowned reporter, told GiveMeSport earlier this month that Celtic are among the many teams eager about the 28-year-old English playmaker.
Other teams purported to be eager about Barkley include Aston Villa, Newcastle United, Brighton and Hove Albion, and West Ham United.
“Rangers are looking right into a deal for Chelsea outcast Ross Barkley – with the possibility of offering him a crack on the Champions League.
“The Scottish giants are keen on midfield schemer Barkley and can have an actual shot at landing him before the window shuts.
“Chelsea need to shift Barkley and will even free the previous England midfielder.
“It might take an enormous repay to let Barkley go but recent owner Todd Boehly may make a suggestion to let him move on.”