Dominic Solanke has been completely frozen out by Jurgen Klopp at Liverpool this season.
The once-capped England international has not played a single minute this term.
But he would make a fantastic loan signing for Steven Gerrard at Rangers.
Gerrard has already used his relationship with the Merseyside giants to sign a host of players this summer.
Ovie Ejaria and Ryan Kent have arrived at Ibrox on loan deals, while former Liverpool defender Jon Flanagan penned a permanent deal.
This is a handy contact to have and one that Gerrard can utilise more often to get his Rangers side competing for the title.
Signing Solanke in January would be a statement of intent and this is a move that could work for all parties.
The 21-year-old needs a loan move away and Rangers is an attractive destination for a range of factors.
Firstly, the youngster gets to work with Gerrard. Secondly, he plays in front of huge crowds each week.
And finally, he would probably score goals in the Scottish Premiership and work his way back into Klopp’s plans.
Rangers, in the short-term, would benefit from having a lethal attack.
Alfredo Morelos and Solanke is a partnership which would guarantee goals for Gerrard.
This deal is very feasible because of Gerrard’s rapport with his former club and Solanke is the next player he needs to sign on loan from the Reds.