Rangers have been linked with a move for Jake Cooper, with The Scottish Sun claiming that new Ibrox manager and Liverpool legend Steven Gerrard wants to sign the Millwall defender in the summer transfer window.
According to The Scottish Sun, Cooper is a £1 million summer transfer target for Rangers manager Gerrard, who was appointed in the role earlier this summer.
However, Millwall manager Neil Harris has stated that he does not to lose Cooper or any of his players this summer.
“None of our players are for sale this summer,” The Scottish Sun quotes Harris as saying.
Millwall, who narrowly missed out on a place in the top six of the Championship table in England last season, seem determined to hold onto their players.
If the Lions want to launch another challenge for the playoffs next season, then they cannot afford to sell players like Cooper.
With Millwall so adamant, perhaps Rangers should look elsewhere if indeed they want another defender.
While the 23-year-old is a good defender and would add to the quality of the Rangers team, the Scottish Premiership club do have some good players in that position, including Connor Goldson and Nikola Katic.