Liverpool demand £12m for Ryan Kent after rejecting Leeds loan
- The 22-year-old impressed with Rangers last season.
- He doesn't want to move away on loan this season.
- It's either regular football at Liverpool or transfer.
- The Reds will now demand £12m for the wideman.
The 22-year-old is in high demand after an excellent season with Rangers in the Scottish Premiership. Kent was voted Scotland’s Young Player of the Year with 43 appearances for Steven Gerrard’s side and six goals to his name.
Leeds have made a formal offer to take Liverpool's wideman on board, but sources close to Goal believe the 22-year-old would want to either stay or leave on permanent.
In terms of the latter, Liverpool have slapped a £12m price tag for the Oldham-born winger, making it virtually impossible for Rangers to complete the move, while giving some breathing space for the likes of Boro and Aston Villa, who are said to be interested.
In terms of the former, Kent will also be given a chance to impress during Liverpool's pre-season fixtures and in the absence of our main attacking force in Mo Salah, Sadio Mane and Bobby Firmino.