GIOVANNI VAN BRONCKHORST has revealed that Rangers will begin negotiating a deal with Aribo and Ryan Kent.
The Light Blues are preparing for last night’s Europa League clash with Borussia Dortmund.
But Van Bronk Horst is still looking to the future as his goal is to keep Rangers at the top of Scottish football.
And that means keeping your best players at the club for as long as possible.
Both Arebo and Kent are out of contract at the end of next season and the Rangers will hate to lose anything to them.
The duo have been a big part of the Light Blues premiere and European success this season.
And while new deals for the couple are not yet being negotiated, Van Bronkourst insists they are in the pipeline.
He said: “I did not talk to them about extending my contract or renegotiating it.
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“This is something the club will do in the near future. We must make sure we have good plans for the future.
“Of course these are the players who are very important to our team, so the conversation will start.
“You want to keep players with these qualities in your club for as long as possible.”
Van Bronkourst, meanwhile, insists he and his Rangers players can’t wait to face Borussia Dortmund tonight.
The purpose of the Light Blues is to shake the continent and take it back to Glasgow with good results at the Westfalonstadion.
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The Dutchman said: “We are playing against a top side in Europe, you know that at this stage in Europe you are playing against a very good opposition.
“We can’t wait for the challenge and go out and try to get to the next round.
“We have analyzed Dortmund very well, they are a standard team with good players and coaches.
“It will be a difficult game for us but we will enjoy it.
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“It would be different with only 10,000. We played those games here this season. It’s still a good team so we have to go out and perform.
“We want a good result to take Ibrox back with us.
“We have the full potential to support us next week.
“We are football players and coaches, we always want to play against the best opposition in every competition.
“These are the games you want as a player and why you work hard since you were young. We are ready and ready for this match.”
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