Rangers offers for Sheffield United midfielder knocked back - reports

Rangers tabled two offers to Sheffield United for £5m-rated midfilder Luke Freeman, including one on at the end of the transfer window, but both were rejected by the English side.

Rangers boss Steven Gerrard.
Rangers boss Steven Gerrard.

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Football Insider reports that Steven Gerrard had sanctioned the pursuit of the player, who had joined the Premier League side from QPR last summer. The Ibrox club made a bid earlier in January, and a further offer as the window closed.

Both were rejected by United, despite the attacking midfielder only making three league starts for Chris Wilder's side.

A number of English Championship clubs were also pursuing Freeman, who was scored nine goals and supplied eight assists for QPR last season.