Birmingham news Ex West Brom and Leeds United striker tipped for Rangers transfer MetiNews.Com
MetiNews.Com - West Brom transfer news - ex Albion and Leeds forward Roofe has supposedly caught the attention of Rangers boss Steven Gerrard
Breaking News ! Kemar Roofe, the former West Brom and Leeds United striker, could return to the UK in the next transfer window after he was linked with a move to Scottish title challengers Rangers. Roofe, who came through the ranks at Albion without making a first-team appearance, earned a move to Leeds after netting 32 goals in 18 months at Oxford United. Roofe spent three seasons at Elland Road, but was permitted a move to Belgian side Anderlecht last summer, where he played under - and alongside former Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany. West Brom daily newsletter. Free. To your inbox There's a quick and easy way to stay on top of all the West Bromwich Albion news with our daily newsletter. Delivered straight into your email inbox each day, the bulletins will feature the latest Albion news, views, gossip and opinion. All you have to do is punch your email in at the top of the article - it looks just like this..
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The 27-year-old picked up an injury after Christmas, though, and having scored seven goals in 16 appearances for Anderlecht, he hasn’t played a competitive game in 2020. Now reports coming out of Belgium claim that Rangers boss Steven Gerrard has an interest in bringing him to Ibrox once the transfer window reopens. There is a suggestion that the Gers may offer to take Roofe on an initial loan deal, with the option of making the deal -worth £5.5m - permanent later down the line. Anderlecht, managed by former Wales international Simon Davies, are believed to want the cash up front so that they can conduct their own transfer business, however.
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