Rangers Open to £8m Transfer Offers for Connor Goldson and James Tavernier

The futures of Rangers defenders Connor Goldson and James Tavernier are under scrutiny ahead of the transfer window, according to former Rangers player Alan Hutton.

Hutton weighed in on reports of interest from Saudi Arabian club Al Ettifaq, currently managed by former Rangers boss Steven Gerrard. Gerrard reportedly wants to reunite with both players, who were instrumental in his team’s Premiership title win.

With manager Philippe Clement planning a significant summer rebuild, questions have arisen about the long-serving pair’s place in his plans, particularly given their age. Hutton believes bids in the region of £8 million each could force Rangers’ hand.

“If a decent offer comes in, Rangers are going to listen to it,” Hutton told Football Insider. “Tavernier and Conor Goldson have been incredible for the club. Money talks. If a decent bid for the two of them comes in then they’ll look at it.”

Hutton acknowledged the challenge of valuing the players due to their age, suggesting a combined fee could be close to £10 million.

“It’s a hard one to put a figure on,” he admitted. “The quality is definitely there. It’s going to be an interesting one.”