Rangers are prepared to make an offer for Liverpool forward Ryan Kent, according to a recent report by Football Insider.
The club are thought to be prepared to submit a bid of £6m to bring the attacker back to Ibrox, with the reported deal thought to be an initial season-long loan with the view to making it permanent next summer.
Kent is understood to be keen on making a return to the Scottish club after becoming frustrated with the EPL outfit’s stance and Rangers are interested in using that news as encouragement in their pursuit of the 22-year-old star before the Scottish transfer market slams shut.
However, it is also reported that Liverpool are holding out for a transfer sum of around £10 million and want to see him depart permanently and not on a temporary deal.
Rangers don’t appear to have given up on Ryan this summer and it appears they’re going to try and push the boat out in their reported pursuit for the 22-year-old winger.
Kent was an exceptional talent for the club last campaign and proved to be a real driving force for Gerrard’s side as the season went on so it is hardly a surprise that the Ibrox side looked to try their luck once again.
The 22-year-old star went on to make 43 matches for the Light Blues across all competitions, scoring six goals and providing a further nine assists.
His displays were also recognised at the highest level of the game within Scotland as well at the end of the campaign as the star was named the Scottish Young Player of the Year for the 2018/19 term.