Rangers currently find themselves six points behind Celtic in the race for the Scottish Premiership title, but there’s still a long way to go in the current campaign.
The Gers managed to secure a number of impressive signings during the January transfer window, as the likes of Glen Kamara, Jermain Defoe, Steven Davies, Andy Firth and Matt Polster moved to Glasgow.
Steven Gerrard already has his eye on making one of his summer loan moves permanent, as according to reliable journalist Alan Nixon’s personal Twitter account, Rangers are exploring ways to sign Ryan Kent permanently.
RANGERS. Want Ryan Kent from LIVERPOOL next season and beyond. Looking into ways of buying him or extending his stay.
— Alan Nixon (@reluctantnicko) February 3, 2019
Indeed, the Englishman has been sensational since swapping England for Scotland this season, so the Light Blues simply have to go all out to secure a permanent deal.
With that being said, here are the potential consequences…
Ryan Kent has already made a great impression at Rangers after joining in the summer transfer window, with supporters already beginning to warm to him.
He’s exactly the kind of player that supporters want to see at their club, with passion, determination and class always being displayed on the field. So, a permanent move would be sure to delight fans, as he’s already played a monumental part during his time at Ibrox, with things only getting better from here on in.
RANGERS HERO IN THE MAKING
Ryan Kent has been one of the standout performers for Rangers in the current campaign, with an impressive four goals and three assists to his name, despite suffering from a hamstring injury.
Indeed, the winger has caused plenty of teams trouble this season, including Celtic in the latest Old Firm clash as he set up Ryan Jack’s goal, so it’s fair to say that he’s already done enough to deserve a permanent move.
Kent is a Rangers hero in the making having already secured the belief of the fans, with the potential to kick on and become a future star in the Scottish Premiership.
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