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Potential consequences of Rangers signing Ryan Kent

Potential consequences of Rangers signing Ryan Kent - Features

Rangers were able to put in a rather promising performance last time out against Hearts as they secured a 3-1 win at Tynecastle, which extended their winning streak to three games. 

The Light Blues have nothing to really play for, so now would be the perfect opportunity for Steven Gerrard to take a look at a couple of his players with the summer transfer window on the horizon.

Interestingly, it appears as if Gerrard is already looking to make summer moves, as according to the Scottish Sun, the Rangers boss has spoken to Liverpool about keeping Ryan Kent at Ibrox.

Of course, securing the services of Ryan Kent would be great for many different reasons, so here are the potential consequences of the Rangers signing him this summer…


Steven Gerrard has managed to get the very best out of Ryan Kent in the current campaign and the pair appear to have built a strong relationship. He’s produced an impressive six goals and nine assists, as well as establishing himself as arguably one of the best attackers in the Scottish Premiership.

It’s clear to see just how much Gerrard wants to bring the midfielder to Ibrox for another season at least, so it would be great for the Englishman if he can land his man this summer.


Indeed, the supporters at Ibrox have grown to love the winger as he’s created plenty of excitement throughout this season, with his performance against Celtic proving to be one of his best.

He’s the type of player who could take Rangers to new heights in the future with his best years still ahead of him at the age of 22, so the Bluenoses really would be delighted to secure his signature this summer.

Rangers fans, surely securing a summer deal for Kent has to be the main priority? Join the discussion by commenting down below!

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