Rangers Predicted to Pay £250,000 for Aberdeen Star Connor Barron

Four Lads Had A Dream has predicted that Rangers will likely pay around £250,000 for Aberdeen’s exit-bound star, Connor Barron, this summer. The Daily Record reported on June 16 that the Gers have made an improved offer to secure the 22-year-old’s signature, as he is considering offers from various Championship teams.

If Barron decides to move to Ibrox, Rangers will need to agree on a compensation fee with Aberdeen or risk going to a tribunal to settle the amount. Speaking on the Rangers Review YouTube channel on Monday, June 17, Stevie Clifford expressed strong support for the move.

“It’s a no-brainer. We need to start picking up the best of Scottish talents. Connor Barron, for me, is an obvious one. What’s it going to cost? A quarter of a million pounds, right? And it’s low-risk completely,” Clifford said.

He elaborated on Barron’s potential impact on the team, stating, “You’re basically taking Ryan Jack out of the squad and replacing him with someone 10 years younger. It’s almost entirely the same profile, the same type of ball player, he’s very strong off the ball, and he’s a ball-winner – you need that. If you put someone like him next to Nico Raskin and Mohamed Diomande, how much will it improve them? He’s a good age, has a good profile, and is Scottish. It’s a no-brainer.”