Kent’s time at Liverpool
Ryan Kent is a product of Liverpool’s youth system.
However, the 22-year-old has made just one appearance for the Reds’ first-team.
Kent has made 30 appearances for Liverpool’s under-23 team, in which he has scored nine and assisted six.
Kent has also had several loan spells while on the books at Anfield.
The winger has been loaned to Barnsley, Coventry, Bristol City, SC Freiburg and, most recently, Rangers.
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Kent set for Rangers return
Kent now looks set for a return to Scotland, but this time on a permanent basis.
Kent would spend all of the 2018/29 season on loan with Steven Gerrard’s side.
During his stint in Scotland, Kent would play 43 games across all competitions.
In those 43 games, the Englishman would score six and assist nine.
Now, the Evening Standard are reporting that Liverpool have accepted a £7m bid from Rangers for the permanent transfer of Kent.
While the English transfer window shut on August 8th, Scottish sides have up until midnight on Monday to complete their transfer business.
Rangers lose out to Celtic
On a less positive note for Rangers, they were handed their first league loss of the 2019/20 season on Sunday.
Rangers hosted Celtic in the first Old Firm derby of the new campaign.
Unfortunately for Steven Gerrard’s side, they would lose 2-0.
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