Rangers striker Alfredo Morelos could leave Ibrox this summer.

Rangers striker Alfredo Morelos is likely to be a man in demand this summer – and The Sun now claim that West Ham United want to sign him.

Morelos was something of a punt when Rangers signed him from Finnish side HJK Helsinki in the summer of 2017, but he has been a goalscoring sensation at Ibrox.

The Colombian has smashed 77 goals in 137 games for Rangers, including 30 goals last season and 29 this term before the season was suspended due to the global pandemic.

Morelos has though hit headlines for the wrong reasons over the last three years, as his disciplinary issues at Rangers have been well-documented, with a slew of red and yellow cards.

The 23-year-old will have big ambitions, and it’s now believed that a Premier League move could be possible with Leicester City and West Ham both interested.

Rangers may need to sell Morelos to raise funds due to the pandemic, and West Ham certainly need another striker to support Sebastien Haller moving forward.

Morelos may fit that bill having scored so many goals for Rangers, but West Ham fans don’t seem too keen on the idea of signing him this summer.

Some West Ham fans on Twitter have major concerns about Morelos and his disciplinary issues, and believe that he just isn’t worth the money needed to sign him due to his short fuse and the fact that the Premier League is a huge step up from football in Scotland…

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