According to a recent report from Football InsiderRangers are prepared to sell George Edmundson to the EFL League One outfit Ipswich Town this summer’s transfer market for a fee of at least £1 million.

He was once called “faultless” by manager Steven Gerrard (via The Glasgow Times), but the player has fallen down the pecking order at Ibrox in the latest times.

Last term, he played just two matches before breaking Covid rules and receiving a seven-match ban along with teammate Jordan Jones. As such, in January the star was loaned to the EFL Championship club Derby County for the second half of the 2020/21 season.

As per Football Insider, it now looks like the 23-year-old central defender is set to leave the 55-time Scottish champions.

This latest report even stated that the Gers have agreed to sell the centre-half to the Tractor Boys, with the summer deal set to be worth around £1 million.

This appears to be the right decision for all parties. Gerrard has a host of options at his disposal at the heart of the defence, as with Nikola Katic returning to form after a long-term injury, there are now multiple other centre-backs in the roster with Leon BalogunFilip Helander and Connor Goldson.

George was never really going to get a look-in at the club. All in all, the 23-year-old has made just 17 appearances since joining Oldham Athletic two years ago.

And the star has never been able to establish himself as a regular first-team player. As such, an impending sum of £1 million is a real boon for Rangers.

In other news, Arsenal are keen on Rangers star Glen Kamara this transfer market, Give Me Sport claims.

Mikel Arteta’s team could focus on a move for the Gers man if they fail with other targets.

The report states Premier League rivals Everton and West Ham are also keen on the Finish midfielder. 

The Daily Mail said in June that the Scottish giants want a sum of over £10 million for Glen.

He has proven his quality during two-and-a-half years at Rangers, so links to Premier League seem inevitable. 

He is an all-action holding midfielder that is technically sound. In addition, he has got a combative approach to his intercepting and tackling.