Millwall’s valuation of defender of Jake Cooper is currently holding up his proposed move to Rangers, according to journalist Alan Nixon.
The 23-year old is a target for Steven Gerrard’s Rangers, with some reports valuing him at £3m. Neil Harris is not keen on selling his prized asset, claiming Rangers were wasting their time with bids.
Nixon’s tweet suggests that the two clubs are still a way apart on their valuation of the player, with Millwall wanting ‘a fair bit more’ than is currently being offered by the Ibrox side.
Cooper has represented England at U18, U19 and U20 level, and joined Millwall from Reading in 2017. He made 35 Championship starts for the Lions as they challenged the top six, just missing out on a place in the play-offs in a successful campaign.
He bagged four goals for the Lions, including a Boxing Day leveller against eventual champions Wolves and a winner against Hull in march. He saw red on one occasion, sent off as Millwall tumbled to a 2-1 defeat against Sheffield Wednesday.
Cooper had a great season for Millwall, but they’re clearly under no pressure to sell this summer.
every player has a price though and Neil Harris would be foolish to turn down a big bid, especially if it allowed him to strengthen in a couple of areas. The question is, do Rangers still have the financial clout to turn heads?
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