It promises to be a tough couple of days ahead for Rangers fans and players alike after their Old Firm defeat yesterday. However, there are positives to take from the game despite the gut-wrenching loss and one of those positives is the incredible Ryan Kent, who the Gers were all demanding is signed permanently.
— Rangers Football Club (@RangersFC) March 31, 2019
The Liverpool loanee is the best loanee that the club has on their books at the moment, with the likes of Joe Worrall, Jermain Defoe and Steven Davis all failing to live up to expectations. When the summer comes around there isn’t much that the Ibrox faithful won’t do to make the winger a permanent addition with his performances and work rate proving him to be one of the brightest players at the club.
It was the Liverpool youngster who single-handedly dragged his club back into the game yesterday too. His solo effort after latching onto a ball from James Tavernier gave the entire blue half of Glasgow hope, and whilst it may have been false pretence given the end result, it’s just another magical moment from a player who has proven to have a touch of class this season, with his Old Firm strike being Kent’s 6th of the season.
You can see what the Gers had to say about Kent here:
Sell morelos and buy kent
— Thomas (@Thomas__W__G) March 31, 2019
YAAAAASSSS PAY THE MONEY
— Kyle Morrison (@KyleMo1872) 31 March 2019
Give them the money now
— KENTS LEFT HOOK (@alanpartridge72) March 31, 2019
Give them the money!
— Matthew Turvey (@MattATTurvey) March 31, 2019
Sell Morelos and use the money towards this man. Uses his passion to help us not hinder us
— allan mitchell (@mitchest1985) March 31, 2019
Sell the rocket Alfredo, purchase Kent
— Gary Brown (@GaryGBrown999) 31 March 2019
— Paul Dunn (@Dunster43) 31 March 2019
— Greg Bow (@Greg_Bow) March 31, 2019
Sell Morelos, buy Kent.
— James (@James1o1o) March 31, 2019
The Gers are all desperate for Kent to become a permanent addition at Ibrox and would happily let Morelos go if they had to raise funds for the young winger.
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