RANGERS ace Ryan Kent could possibly be set for a January reunion with Steven Gerrard, in line with studies down south.
The winger is out of contract at Ibrox in the summertime and appears no nearer to penning an extension after a sluggish begin to the season.
That hasn’t delay Gerrard and Aston Villa who will reportedly run the rule over Kent in Tuesday night time’s Champions League match in opposition to his former membership, Liverpool.
Leeds United are additionally regarded as eager on the 25 year-old and can ship a consultant to Anfield to observe him in individual, in line with the Sunday Mirror.
It was Gerrard who took Kent to Ibrox in 2018 and will see the ahead because the kind of participant who may give Villa’s marketing campaign a mid-season increase.
Rangers had been assured of getting Kent to signal an extension, with managing director Stewart Robertson claiming talks had been nonetheless ongoing.
Kent scored in yesterday’s 4-0 win over Hearts, his first aim of the marketing campaign.
Former Ibrox hero Kenny Miller reckons he’s among the best gamers in Scottish soccer on his day.
He stated: “If he commits to a brand new deal, he can get his head proper, neglect about any strikes away and get again to his finest kind.
“He has enormous video games to sit up for, just like the Champions League double header in opposition to Liverpool.
“He has the flexibility to be a implausible participant.
“He ripped Borussia Dortmund aside within the Europa League.
“High golf equipment would have sat up and brought discover. He is electrifying when he’s in full circulate.”
Former Rangers defender Alan Hutton added: “Steven Gerrard would usually put an arm round his shoulder.
“He wants that greater than powerful love. Possibly additionally, at occasions, he’s attempting too laborious.”
In the meantime, Rabbi Matondo insists Rangers will probably be prepared for the specter of Liverpool after the large win at Tynecastle.
The winger stated: “This sport and this outcome can assist us to go on into a tricky sport in opposition to Liverpool on Tuesday.
“That is what you’re employed laborious for – to attempt to play.
“That hasn’t been the case this previous few weeks, however that’s soccer and it’s a must to be prepared when the prospect comes.”
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