Former Rangers ace Michael Ball believes that Harry Wilson deserves a move to the Scottish champions in this transfer window.
Steven Gerrard’s side have been linked with a swoop to sign the winger from Liverpool in the summer transfer window.
He has spent the season on loan at Cardiff City, making 37 appearances in the Championship, scoring seven goals and registering 12 assists.
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The 24-year-old has struggled for minutes for Liverpool, making just two senior appearances.
But Ball believes that his performances for Cardiff and his other loan clubs – Crewe Alexandra, Hull City, Derby County, and AFC Bournemouth – have earned him the right to make the move north of the border to link up with Gerrard’s Scottish champions.
Speaking exclusively to The Transfer Tavern, Ball said: “It does seem like a similar situation to Ryan Kent.
“If he goes up there, he probably deserves his move to a big football club. He’s done the hard yards now, he’s developed, and he’s had a great season.”
Kent, of course, moved to Rangers for a fee of £7.5m after finding minutes hard to come by at Liverpool and he has developed into a star, playing a key role in their Premiership triumph this term, with eight goals and nine assists in 33 games.
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