Rangers midfielder Joe Aribo is attracting the interest of several clubs ahead of the January transfer window. This is according to the report from the stables of the Football Insider which stated that the Scottish champions are not ready to let the midfielder go easily. It was stated that interested clubs will have to pay around £10m for the Super Eagles of Nigeria player.

Aribo was at London club Charlton Athletic until the summer of 2019 when he signed for Scottish champions Rangers. The Nigerian left Charlton Athletic at the end of his contract with the London club thus paving the way for him to sign for Rangers as a free agent. Aribo signed a four-year deal upon joining Rangers and he has 18 months left on his contract at the club.

Premier League club Crystal Palace are one of several teams who have been linked with a move for the Nigerian midfielder. The interest of the London club was revealed by Football Insider.
Aribo was an important player for Rangers as they won the Scottish Premiership title without suffering a single defeat along the way. Rangers were able to secure the league title ahead of rivals Celtic who had won the title for the previous nine seasons. Celtic were denied an historic tenth successive league title by Aribo and his Rangers colleague.
Rangers director Dave King revealed at the club's Annual General Meeting (AGM) around two years ago that the club is worth £55m and that the valuation could increase to £103m in the future. Around one year ago, Rangers were valued at £170m by industry experts 21st club and that Aribo is worth around £11m. The valuation for the midfielder is still around the aforementioned figure despite the fact that he's closing in on the end of his contract at Ibrox.