Rangers defender Connor Goldson has been touted for a move to Birmingham - for a whopping £30m.

In a bizarre claim, former Aberdeen chief executive Keith Wyness reckons the 31-year-old could claim between £25-30m for the Ibrox club if they sell him this summer.

Philippe Clement has made it clear that he sees both Goldson and James Tavernier as part of his plans for the upcoming campaign.

However, as well as Steven Gerrard's Al-Ettifaq showing interest, League One side Birmingham City are also keen. Chris Davies, a former Celtic coach, is now in charge of the Blues.

Should any deal go through, it will likely earn Rangers a decent enough fee - but we're not sure the asking price will be quite as high as Wyness has suggested.

He told Football Insider: "I think Birmingham seems to be the favourite and certainly that's what I'm hearing that most interest is at the moment for Goldson.

"I really don't know a valuation but I don't see him being much more than £25-30million. I know that Steven Gerrard would love him to be at Al-Ettifaq but again, that's the sort of money I see for Goldson.

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"I don't see that as a market that being a market that I think Birmingham in League One... may be prepared to pay that. They've got big room for some money to be spent there.

"They are going to have a decent budget for League One, probably more than most clubs in the Championship.

"I think that's where he may end up and I think he'd do very well to go on the ride with Birmingham to get promoted and go on from there. I think that's where he's going to go."