Rangers are set to offer star Ryan Kent a new contract, according to reports. 

It comes as Leeds United look set to try and lure the winger back down south in the summer. 

An article in the Daily Record claims that the Ibrox club are hoping to tie their player down on an extension to fend off interest.

Glasgow Times:

Marcelo Bielsa, the Whites manager, is a big fan of the attacker and has tried to sign him already on a number of occasions.

Kent, 24, has been in sensational form this season as Rangers cruised to their first league title in ten years.

The playmaker has bagged himself 12 goals and a barrel load of assists.

The player is under contract at Ibrox until 2023, but after his performances this season it comes as no surprise that Rangers want to extend his stay.

Kent and his teammates are now only two fixtures away from an impressive Invincible Premiership campaign after dismantling rivals Celtic 4-1 this past weekend at Ibrox.

Currently sitting on a staggering 96 points with 30 wins and just six draws from their matches, victory in their final two fixtures against Motherwell and Livingston respectively will see them smash through the 100 point barrier.