Jack Robinson is a free agent this summer after leaving Queens Park Rangers this week. The defender rejected the offer of a new deal from the club and is now looking for employment elsewhere.
So should Rangers boss Steven Gerrard take an interest?
The Ibrox supremo will know all about Robinson. The defender came through the ranks at Liverpool whilst Gerrard was still captain at Anfield. In fact, with Robinson’s first touch as a Liverpool player, he nearly set Gerrard up for a goal.
Robinson emerged as a top left-back during his time at Liverpool but eventually headed to QPR in 2014. He spent his first season on loan at Huddersfield Town before his next two seasons were decimated by knee and hamstring injuries. It was a tough time for the player. But since returning from injury, and in a new found centre-back role, he has been excellent.
Rangers need to improve their back-line and have already done so by bringing in another former Liverpool talent. Jon Flanagan arrived last week and the pair are good friends from their time in the Liverpool academy together.
Bringing Robinson to Ibrox would be a masterstroke for Rangers. He would bring versatility and reliability to the defence in Glasgow and Gerrard would trust the Warrington lad from the get-go.
Being able to sign him for nothing is just another bonus for Rangers.
Robinson should certainly be on Gerrard’s radar this summer.