Liverpool are in danger of pricing Ryan Kent out of a move away from the club, according to Sky Sports.
Earlier in the window, Kent was valued by the Reds at around £12 million, but interest from the likes of Aston Villa and Leeds United at that price has not arrived, while Rangers, where he spent last season on loan, could not afford that.
Even at £7 million – almost a 50% reduction – the Reds are struggling to find suiters. Rangers would need the price to drop further before they were able to come in for Kent, with clubs in England having other priorities at this moment in time.
Leeds were interested but have since signed Helder Costa from Wolves and Jack Harrison has returned to the Yorkshire club on loan from Tottenham.
Harry Wilson is ahead of Kent in the Reds’ pecking order, with Harvey Elliott and a couple of other upcoming youngsters having higher ceilings as well.
Michael Edwards and the Reds are notorious for getting the best deal possible, but for the sake of Kent’s career, he probably needs to move on this summer, so hopefully, an agreement can be put in place in the next week or so that sees him leave.