RANGERS will receive lowball offers for Alfredo Morelos should they wish to sell the striker in January

That's the view of former Ibrox midfielder Charlie Adam.

The Colombian has suffered from poor form this campaign after several years as the star man.

Morelos has constantly been linked with a move away from Ibrox due to his hugely impressive goalscoring form over the years, particularly when producing on the European stage.

The Gers previously knocked back £16million from Lille for the hitman in the summer of 2020, but this was knocked back.

Now, Adam reckons Rangers will struggle to get anywhere near that amount of money for the 25-year-old.

He told PLZ Soccer: "I think he is miles away from it. Maybe the hunger is gone.

"He has to find that burning desire in his belly again, because he is the focal point when he is up there scoring the goals.

"When he is playing well, throwing people around and bullying them, playing off the shoulder, he is a hand full.

"Rangers will be hoping he can get back to that sooner rather than later, and a new manager coming in might just have to tell him a few harsh words and ignite something."

The Dundee captain was then asked how much Rangers would receive for the Colombian should he leave in the January window.

He continued: "Because he is a goalscorer I think he will get interest. You're talking £6million, £8million maybe."