Michael Ball believes that Harry Wilson has all the attributes required to make an impact at Rangers and follow in the footsteps of Ryan Kent at Ibrox.
The Athletic has reported that Steven Gerrard’s champions have yet to make an enquiry for the Liverpool star, who has spent the season on loan at Cardiff City.
He would cost around £15m, per The Athletic, and has scored seven goals and registered 12 assists in 37 Championship games this season.
Is Harry Wilson's time up at Liverpool?
Gerrard sanctioned a deal to sign Kent from Liverpool, playing up his connection with the Reds.
The club paid £7.5m to snaffle the winger away from the Reds back in 2019 and Ball thinks that the connection with the Reds could pay dividends once again when it comes to Wilson.
Speaking exclusively to The Transfer Tavern, the former Rangers ace said when asked if Wilson could be another Kent: “I feel he can. Harry’s been all over the place, on loan everywhere, but he’s finally got his opportunity at Cardiff.
“He’s developed well, his goals and all his stats are in the right direction. But it’s that personal direction as well with Steven, along with Ryan Kent, he knows what he’s like personally and that’s a great asset to have as a manager, when you know somebody, how they work every day in training and their attitude.”
Wilson has only ever made two senior appearances for Liverpool, with his last outing coming in the EFL Cup in 2020, as the Reds lost to Arsenal on penalties.
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