Kai Kennedy could be offered the chance to swap Ibrox for the Premier League, with the Daily Record reporting that there is no chance of the youngster signing a new contract at Rangers.
Kennedy looks to be one of the brightest prospects coming through in Steven Gerrard’s ranks. However, it appears that he may not be a Gers player for much longer.
According to a report from the Daily Record, Kennedy wants to leave the Light Blues. It is suggested that he has no plans to extend his contract – which expires next summer – over concerns about his first-team prospects at Ibrox.
And the Daily Record has added that Sheffield United have become the latest side to target the winger.
TBR View: Kennedy taking gamble pushing for Rangers exit
Kennedy – who did make his senior debut last season – may be frustrated about his lack of game-time. But it also looks to be a gamble to push for a move away at this stage of his career.
It looks to be an exciting time to be at Rangers. Gerrard has elevated the club back into title contenders. They are also competing on several fronts, with several impressive showings in the Europa League in the last few years.
Of course, Kennedy may ultimately be vindicated later in his career for heading elsewhere. But it looks to be a risk to move on in the belief that he is likely to be closer to the first-team.