Rangers have had a number of injury concerns this season and Steven Gerrard has revealed he has some concerning news.
The Light Blues boss has admitted that he does not know when Ryan Kent will be available once again as the player continues to spend time on the sidelines.
The winger, who arrived on-loan from Liverpool in the summer, is currently unavailable with a hamstring injury and has missed their last two matches.
Speaking to the Daily Record, Gerrard stated: “I’m not sure how long Ryan Kent is going to be out, so we only had two wide players available at the moment.”
Kent has been an important player for Rangers so far this season and has impressed many with his performances for the Light Blues.
The 22-year-old has been in fine form for the Scottish Premiership outfit, having contributed with three goals and one assist.
Kent has certainly impressed with his performances for Rangers this season and fans will be concerned that Gerrard still does not have an idea on a timeframe for his return.
The 22-year-old has become a mainstay of the side and the Glaswegians will be hoping that he can make a return during the international break.
Rangers will meet Livingstone before an important Europa League encounter with Villarreal, one match that everyone at Ibrox will want Kent available for.
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