Rangers would reportedly love Harry Wilson at Ibrox – but he’s valued at a huge £21m.

According to The Mirror, Liverpool have slapped a £21million asking price on winger Harry Wilson, with Rangers among the club interested in him.

Wilson, 22, joined Liverpool back in 2005, and has been coming up through the Anfield ranks ever since, but has made just one first-team appearance for the Reds.

The Welsh international dazzled at Hull City in the second half of the 2017-18 campaign, and smashed 18 goals on loan at Derby County this past season.

Wilson now returns to Liverpool, and The Mirror claim that they’re ready to cash in, aiming for a price of around £21million – a huge fee for any interested club.

It’s noted that Aston Villa have joined the race for Wilson since winning promotion to the Premier League, with Dean Smith seemingly interested in more wing options.

Whether Villa pay that kind of price remains to be seen, but Liverpool are also considering loan options, even if their preference is to sell.

It’s also noted that Rangers admire Wilson and would seemingly love him at Ibrox, in a move which would need Steven Gerrard to ask his former club for a favour.

Rangers wouldn’t be able to get close to £21million, meaning they’ll be hoping for a loan deal if they’re to stand any chance of signing him, especially with German clubs believed to be interested.

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