Charlie Miller has said he believes Glasgow Rangers’ Ryan Kent can offer so much more.
The ‘Gers signed the 23-year-old for £7.5m last year after the winger had spent the 2018/19 campaign on loan at Ibrox from Liverpool. The previous term was far from a disaster for Kent, with him scoring eight goals and providing three assists in 32 matches in all competitions, but Steven Gerrard will have been hoping for more when he parted with such a big fee to take him to the club permanently.
Former Bears player Miller has been talking to the Daily Record about the ‘Gers, and told them about his frustration with Kent. He said:
“Ryan Kent is another one. I really believe that he can do so much more.
“It’s not having a go at him, but’s just that I believe he has so much to offer and it was so frustrating the way it didn’t work out last season.”
This promises to be a huge season for the 54-time Scottish champions. They have already gone two years without silverware under Gerrard – if the Liverpudlian wants to hold on to his job, they cannot afford to go a third. With Celtic having racked up a 13-point lead before the 2019/20 season was abandoned, there is plenty of work to do, and Gerrard will be looking to his star players to step up to the plate. The £3.15m-valued Kent is amongst that group.
Has Ryan Kent been a success so far?
Just like Miller, many ‘Gers supporters will likely be expecting more from him this upcoming campaign.
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