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Rangers FC midfielder Joe Aribo has become one of the key first-team players under Steven Gerrard but according to Frank McAvennie, the 25-year-old could move out in January.

The midfielder has already started each one of Rangers’ league games this season and as per Fotmob he has a rating of 7.31 out of 10. These fine performances of his have caught the attention of several big European clubs which is why he could be on his way out during the middle of the season.

“Aribo is a wonderful talent,” McAvennie told Football Insider. “I think he’s gone up a level this season. He seems to be a vital player for Rangers now.

“He’s very versatile and that would serve him well in the Premier League.

“I have said this for years, if an offer from the Premier League comes in, you take it. It doesn’t matter who it is, it’s change-your-life money. No disrespect to Rangers, that’s just the way it is.

“Is he good enough for the Premier League? That’s a different question. Let’s see what happens in January.”

Will Joe Aribo move out of Ibrox during the January transfer window?

Premier League side Crystal Palace have been heavily linked with Joe Aribo and if the midfielder continues at this rate then there’s a big chance that he could be playing at Selhurst Park during the middle of the season.


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The Eagles have been improving in leaps and bounds under their new boss Patrick Vieira and the 25-year-old would love to play under a legend – that too in the English top division.

TransferMarkt currently values Joe Aribo at £5.85 million but as per the reports, Palace will have to cough up around £10 million if they wish to get their hands on the midfielder.

Ideally, Gerrard will not want to lose such a top player during the middle of the season but if the PL side are really willing to pay double his market value then we doubt if the Gers will be able to resist.

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