Rangers are open to the possibility of keeping Liverpool loanee Ryan Kent beyond the end of the season, according to the Herald.
Gers boss Steven Gerrard used his Anfield connections to bring the winger north of the border and his impressive displays on the wing have caught the eye thus far.
The club’s director of football Mark Allen said: “Ryan seems to have settled very well. He is familiar with the coaching staff, he has worked with them before during his Liverpool career.
“We would certainly like to pursue what we do next with Ryan but that is a conversation to have with Liverpool. Maybe Ryan himself is feeling that this is good for him too.”
Kent has been something of a nomadic figure and has enjoyed multiple loan spells away from Anfield, where competition is so fierce to force his way into Jurgen Klopp’s first choice frontline.
Harry Wilson has been exceptional this season and is most likely ahead of Kent in the pecking order and Ben Woodburn’s international experience, as well as the fact he is three years younger, may give him a better chance too.
It would only be natural if Kent still harboured hopes of muscling his way in at Anfield, but he needs regular games at this stage of his career and at Rangers he can get them at a club he knows well now, under staff who rate him highly.