According to manager Steven Gerrard, they will have to move on after Liverpool priced Ryan Kent out of an Ibrox return.
Rangers was set to make Ryan Kent return to Ibrox from Liverpool.
But Reds manager Jurgen Klopp priced him out, and ‘Gers coach Steven Gerrard has admitted they will look for other options.
“I haven’t asked that question (to the board) but I think the answer would probably be yes,” said Gerrard according to Four Four Two.
“Jurgen has come out and given the answer that will come out of my mouth anyway. It has been addressed and we move on.”
“The end of it? Where we are right now, yes. We respect Liverpool’s stance and we thank them very much for allowing us to work with Ryan for a year,” he added.
“We have obviously got a Liverpool player at the moment in Sheyi Ojo who has started very well. I had a good conversation on the phone with Jurgen a few days ago and we totally respect Liverpool’s position on it.”
“It is possible we still might get one more player in, but there is no rush. The squad is in a decent place so we will go with what we have at the moment,” he commented.
“If something was to come up that makes us better and we think it will make us better then we will take it to the board and the answer will be with them.”
— Rangers Football Club (@RangersFC) July 22, 2019