The 21-year-old has caught the eye since joining Steven Gerrard’s side on loan earlier this year
Liverpool starlet Ryan Kent would consider joining Rangers on a permanent deal having impressed since agreeing a loan switch with the Ibrox club.
21-year-old winger Kent penned a temporary deal with the Gers in July as Steven Gerrard used his Liverpool connections to raid his former club’s youth team.
He has caught the eye north of the border, turning out 17 times in all competitions and chipping in with two goals and one assist.
Kent has only ever made one senior appearance for his parent club – he started a 2-2 draw with Exeter in the FA Cup in 2016 – and the majority of his last few years at Anfield have been spent away from Merseyside on loan.
It is unlikely he has a part to play in Jurgen Klopp’s first-team set-up, even if he continues impressing for Rangers, and the youngster has admitted he would be open to returning to Ibrox on permanent terms.
Asked about continuing his career with Rangers, Kent said: “It’s something I’d consider. The fans are great here.
“Rangers are an amazing club, but that’s a conversation they need to have with Liverpool, not me.”
Rangers have won just half their eight league matches to date to sit sixth in the Scottish Premiership. They remain without a defeat in every other competition though, progressing through the Europa League knockout rounds to reach the group stage, and making it to the semi-finals of Scotland’s League Cup.