June 24, 2024

Rangers might turn a “substantial profit” in England. Brighton is reportedly interested in making a deal for Under-18 standout Archie Stevens

Premier League club 'ready' significant bid for top Rangers prospect

The Premier League team is preparing a six-figure bid for Stevens in an effort to sign the right-winger before the transfer season ends this month, according to a story in the print edition of the newspaper on January 27, page 58.

The 18-year-old was signed by Rangers from Wimbledon in 2022. He is regarded as one of the team’s “brightest talents,” and although he is still a member of the Gers’ B team, he has already made his first team debut.

In addition to the “considerable profit” the Rangers will receive if Stevens decides to move south, they will also collect bonuses from the contract.

Hard to resist

Even though Stevens is still relatively new to the team and has the potential to develop into a key member in Glasgow, Rangers would find it difficult to reject any bids that would allow them to profit handsomely from their original investment.

Brighton have a great track record of signing unproven talent, and if they’re eyeing a move for Stevens, there is a good chance this player could be the real deal.

However, Philippe Clement might be keen to sanction a sale so that any fee generated can be invested back into the first-team squad and make the Gers more competitive in the short term.

Stevens might be a big talent, but he has played just five times in Rangers’ youth ranks, and making money on a player after such limited game time might just be too hard to say no to.

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