Steven Gerrard’s ability to sustain the level of quality his Rangers side currently have whilst building on it this summer would make his side far more challenging next season.
Second to Celtic once again is a familiar scenario for Rangers but they know under Steven Gerrard, the future is far more promising. With the right tools to succeed this summer, he could recruit a number of talented players that help propel Rangers to the next level and on towards silverware next season.
The connection between him and Liverpool is likely to be utilised yet again and he could come up trumps by adding Curtis Jones to his list of midfielders ahead of next season.
Curtis Jones is one of few Liverpool youngsters who have been given a chance in the first-team this season, something that without doubt highlights his quality. The midfielder played 70 minutes in Liverpool’s FA Cup game against Wolves and that game alone leaves him with a good chance at securing a loan spell next season.
A natural progression for any youngster is to get some experience elsewhere, before thriving for his parent club.
Curtis Jones could do exactly that with a move to Rangers (who he was linked with by Football Insider late last month) in the summer and under Steven Gerrard, he could really succeed.
The 18-year-old is a talented, forward-thinking midfielder that has seven goals and three assists to his name for the youth side this season but whether or not he can make the step up playing for a huge club like Rangers, can only be tested if he actually moves there.
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