Leeds Utd are still 'actively interested' in Rangers winger Ryan Kent.

The ex-Liverpool player has been on Leeds' radar for a number of months and was subject of a £10million bid earlier this summer. That offer was booted into touch with Gers expecting a much heftier fee should they be willing to even discuss a potential move.

Kent is seen as a major player at Ibrox who is not for sale, but Leeds - according to the Athletic - are still mulling over returning to the table with an improved offer as they still hope to entice Kent south to the Premier League.

Steven Gerrard recently revealed the Whites had bid, but explained how the club would not entertain offers. 

"It’s correct that we have rejected an offer," he said at the time. "I’m not sure the exact day when it happened. A bid has arrived that has been strongly rejected and we move on. As simple as that, really.

"For me it’s just a strong message that he’s not for sale.

“Listen, I’m a realist. I’m not soft, I’m not stupid. I realise the power of Leeds now that they are a Premier League team.

"I understand and respect the power of all the Premier League teams and all the teams from leagues in the top five in the world. I get it.

“But they have also got to respect and understand that he is one of our main players. He is a fantastic player.

“We have spent two years trying to build something here that is competitive and he is a big part of that jigsaw. So he is someone that we want to fight to keep. But, you know, everyone has a number and a price and a valuation. Right now, where it stands, Leeds are nowhere near that. So at the moment I am not concerned.”

Kent himself also claimed he wanted to stay at Rangers and give all he could for the club.