Glasgow Rangers of Scotland midfielder, Joe Aribo has seen his current market value soar to 11 million pounds, despite arriving only on a nominal fee of 300,000 pounds from Charlton Athletic of England at the start of last season, megasportsarena.com reports
However, with the youngster having hit high marks for club and country since then, with lots of goals to count in his favour on both fronts, he has become a prized asset at Ibrox Stadium and is currently generating fervid transfer links.
The 24-year-old natural left-footed midfielder, who ended his first season in Scotland with nine goals and eight assists in 49 matches and has netted four in ten outings so far this term, has been heavily involved for the Super Eagles since his debut in October 2019, starting six games from a possible eight.
Information on offer from The Gers’ camp now indicates that Aribo is attracting huge interest from some top European clubs ahead of the January transfer window, and a report by highly-popular tabloid, The Athletic revealed that the lad from Ondo State is now valued at 11 million pounds, making him the fifth most expensive player at Rangers.
Rangers paid Charlton a mere £300,000 compensation fee after signing Aribo, as his contract had already expired when he made the move in the summer of 2019 and his deal with the Scottish Premiership table-toppers is billed to run until the end of the 2022/23 season.