By Mike Slater

25th Jun, 2022 | 10:15am

Chris Jack shares triple Rangers transfer update with Calvin Bassey to bring in highest fee

Chris Jack has shared a triple Rangers transfer update on Saturday with the futures of Joe Aribo, Alfredo Morelos and Calvin Bassey addressed.

The reliable journalist has shared that the defender will bring in the highest fee of the three if all of them were to leave with a £25million price tag on his head.

With Seville leading the race to sign Morelos, there could be a triple exit on the cards that could bring in over £45million for Giovanni van Bronckhorst and Ross Wilson.

Writing in his latest column for the Glasgow Times, Jack shared the latest on the likes of Bassey, Aribo and Morelos with speculation going into overdrive.

“Sevilla are leading the race to sign striker Alfredo Morelos, while the likes of Calvin Bassey and Joe Aribo have attracted interest from a host of Premier League clubs,” he wrote.

“Bassey is likely to command the highest fee of the trio after Rangers put a £25million price tag on his head following his Man of the Match showing in the Europa League final.”

Decisions.

Wilson has plenty of decisions to make this summer, and it is critical he get them right.

Bassey’s future will likely go on the backburner with more immediate matters at hand for the Bears to solve, including the futures of the likes of Morelos and Aribo.

With Sevilla said to be in the driving seat, it looks as though the Colombian is more likely to leave compared to Aribo at this stage of the summer.

The big question is do Rangers take the money now or risk both of the attacking duo leaving for nothing once their contracts expire next summer – could they persuade them to stay?

It is certainly possible, with anything on the cards – Connor Goldson staying proved that to everyone in the past month when no one believed he was going to sign on.

These three are the ones to watch this summer, let’s hope it goes our way.

In other Rangers news, scouts at Ibrox are said to have watched this ‘immense’ powerhouse numerous times ahead of a potential major transfer