Rangers fans in the Transfer Tavern are already in for exciting times with new manager Steven Gerrard at the helm, and they will be hoping for them to continue for as long as possible under the 37-year-old.
The former Liverpool man was named Ibrox chief last month and has already been busy making a number of additions to his side, with Allan McGregor, Scott Arfield and Jamie Murphy being added, but he is far from finished.
It is believed that he would like to use his connections at Anfield to help with his recruitment drive, and reports are suggesting that he could be prepared to raid the Merseysiders for one of their brightest prospects in a bid to continue his Rangers rebuild.
And that’s because The Daily Express are reporting that winger Ryan Kent is high on his list of possible loan targets, as he aims to give him a taste of regular football at a high level and build on his chances of making an impact for Liverpool in the future, and indeed for Rangers next season.
Landlord’s Verdict: The 21-year-old is a pacy winger that would help to create a number of chances for the Gers strike force to finish, and the locals would likely welcome him with open arms.
Rangers had struggled last season in the final third in some of their crucial matches, proving to be the difference between them finishing third and not in second place.
A deal between the two clubs would be considered a good thing for all parties involved, and the punters in the Tavern will be hoping Gerrard can pull it off as he pursues with his Rangers rebuild.
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