Porto are said to be seeking a cut-price deal for Rangers striker Alfredo Morelos.
Speculation over Morelos’ future at Ibrox escalates with the Colombian forward currently playing in the Copa America.
Morelos was set to leave last summer after an offer from Lille, with manager Steven Gerrard admitting the striker’s head had been turned.
Sport record reports that the player’s agent was in Portugal recently to chat with other clients rather than working on Morelos’ future.
Fees of £ 10million have been hinted at but they are unlikely to catch the attention of the club looking to build themselves ahead of their Champions League qualification.
portuguese exit A bola to pretend that Sergio Conceicao’s side are ready to pay 12 million euros for the Colombian selection this summer.
However, the Rangers are demanding at least € 17million before they can make a deal.
Morelos was signed by HJK for £ 1million in 2017, and the report claims they will be due 10% of any future transfer money.
Discussions between the player and the Portuguese giants are said to be at an “advanced stage” with the 25-year-old “enthusiastic” about a change.
With Porto exiting Financial Fair Play sanctions, Rangers are likely to play hard if they want to sell their talisman.
He has scored 94 goals in 182 games for the club and was a key man in winning the Scottish Premiership title last season.