It would not be a surprise if Steven Gerrard was to complete another overhaul of his Rangers squad this summer. The Light Blues fell desperately short of where they wanted to be and improvements must be made.
And, it appears the legendary Liverpool figure may have been given a helping hand in one of his alleged pursuits for a talented attacker.
What’s the News?
Football Insider have claimed that they understand Liverpool’s Curtis Jones would be open to joining Rangers next season on a temporary deal.
The 18-year-old is thought to be interested in following in the footsteps of Ovie Ejaria and Ryan Kent, having seen the personal success that the latter of the duo has tasted during his spell at Ibrox.
If the sources close to Football Insider are correct, then this could be some hugely encouraging news for Gerrard and Rangers this summer. Jones is an incredibly gifted footballer and could thrive at Ibrox if given the chance.
The 18-year-old would be a player that ticks a number of the boxes that the Light Blues are searching for, with his ability to create and score goals on a regular basis.
It would not only be his attacking threat that would be incredibly useful for the Scottish Premiership side, as he can offer Rangers plenty of different options on the field with his versatility.
Jones can operate almost anywhere on the pitch when it comes down to the attacking third, whilst he is also more than capable of playing a role in central midfield.
With Gerrard’s obvious connection to Liverpool and the fact that Kent has performed and developed extremely well over the course of the current campaign, it would not be too hard to imagine the teenager in the blue strip of the Glaswegians next season.
Rangers fans, do you think Jones will be playing for you next season? Do you think he could make a difference at Ibrox? Join in with the discussion below by sharing your thoughts with us.
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