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Four years after links with Premier League big boys, Rangers could help Rolando Aarons turn things around

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Four years after links with Premier League big boys, Rangers could help Rolando Aarons turn things around

Rangers want Rolando Aarons at Ibrox, but he could have joined Steven Gerrard’s former team Liverpool or Manchester City.

Rangers are said to be keen on the signature of Newcastle United winger Rolando Aarons. According to the Daily Record, Steven Gerrard is keen on bringing the wide-man to Ibrox before the end of the month. Rangers need new recruits out wide, after a season-ending injury suffered by Jamie Murphy.

Glasgow would be an interesting step from 22-year-old, who spent last season in Italy with Hellas Verona.

GELSENKIRCHEN, GERMANY – AUGUST 03: Rolando Aarons of Newcastle United celebrates the second goal during the match between FC Schalke 04 and Newcastle United as part of the Schalke 04 Cup Day at Veltins-Arena on August 3, 2014 in Gelsenkirchen, Germany. (Photo by Christof Koepsel/Bongarts/Getty Images)

But Rangers, who are battling Hull City and AEK Athens for his signature, could offer him a chance to get his career back on track.

Four years ago, as Aarons started to make his name in the game, he was being linked with a number of top clubs. As reported by the Daily Star, both Manchester City and Liverpool were keen on bringing him in.

 

Aarons burst onto the scene at Newcastle that summer but hamstring problems soon curtailed his campaign. Injury trouble continued to plague Aarons and his career has been seemingly on hold over the past four years.

Rangers could be the perfect place to rediscover his mojo. The Ibrox faithful will take him in if he puts in his best every game and delivers the sort of results that had him pegged for City and Liverpool just four years ago.

If Aarons arrives and stays fit, Rangers could have an absolute star on their hands.

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