Kent would consider joining Rangers permanently

GLASGOW, SCOTLAND - OCTOBER 04: Rangers manager Steven Gerrard and Ryan Kent of Rangers are seen at full time during the UEFA Europa League Group G match between Rangers and SK Rapid Wien at Ibrox Stadium on October 4, 2018 in Glasgow, United Kingdom. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

Liverpool youngster Ryan Kent has admitted that he would open to the prospect of joining Rangers permanently.

The winger is spending the campaign on loan at Ibrox after the Scottish side agreed a deal to take him north of the border back in the Summer following Steven Gerrard’s appointment as manager.

And the twenty-one year old has admitted that the idea of turning the temporary switch into a long-term move would appeal to him if that’s what the future holds.

“It’s something I’d consider.” he said.

“The fans are great here.

“Rangers are an amazing club, but that’s a conversation they need to have with Liverpool, not me.” he finished.

Former Liverpool skipper Gerrard has been impressed with the way Kent has played since he completed the loan move and praised the youngster after he opened the scoring in their 3-1 win over Hearts on Sunday.

“His performances have been really good and they’ve got stronger as we’ve gone on.” he said.

“The last two have been right up there in the top drawer.

“He deserved man of the match today, he deserved his goal and I’m pleased for him.

“We have to credit Rangers for giving Ryan the opportunity and also thank Liverpool for letting us use him, because at the moment it’s working for both of us.” he finished.

Kent has previously spent time away from Anfield on loan at Barnsley, Bristol City and Coventry City.

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