RANGERS' sporting director Ross Wilson says the club had an 'agreement' with Alfredo Morelos during the transfer window that they would consider selling their star striker if they received a bid that matched their valuation of him.

The Colombia internationalist finished last season as the top scorer at the Govan club but suffered a dip in form after the winter break as his side's title tilt faded away.

There had been an abundance of speculation over the summer that the 24-year-old was set to leave Ibrox, with Lille credited with a serious interest in the forward.

Ryan Kent was also linked with a move to Marcelo Bielsa's Leeds during the transfer window - something Wilson says was never going to happen - but the transfer chief admitted that had Rangers received a substantial offer for Morelos, then they would have had a difficult decision to make.

Wilson told Rangers TV: "There's always lots of noise here. That's one thing I've learned here across my year in post - there is an incredible amount of noise.

"We try and do our business here quietly now and try and make sure the players we bring in, we do so on a confidential and private basis and keep our business to ourselves.

"We work under the radar if we can, that's one of the things that I communicate to our scouts all the time.

"Steven [Gerrard] and his team have a really clear plan of how we want to work and we don't have to go shouting from the rooftops about what that plan was.

"The two guys you mentioned [Kent and Morelos] - you're right, there was a lot of noise.

"Victor Orta is the sporting director at Leeds United and somebody I respect and is a good friend of mine.

"He's already spoken about Ryan Kent and said Rangers made it very clear he wasn't for sale, and that would be true because it was never in our plans that he would leave Rangers. That was clear.

"Alfredo is slightly different. Again, a lot of noise. Not a lot of it right, I have to say.

"We had interest in Alfredo and we had an agreement that if there was a club that met a valuation that we had in mind, then we would look at that.

"That valuation wasn't met and we rejected some offers for him because they didn't meet that valuation and he remains with us going forward and we will see what the future holds for him."