Ryan Kent open to permanent Rangers stay

Rangers winger Ryan Kent has revealed he’s open to staying at the club on a permanent basis when his current loan deal expires.

The 22-year-old was one of Rangers’ impressive performers during their 1-0 win over Celtic on Saturday, setting up Ryan Jack’s goal as Steven Gerrard’s side claimed their first Old Firm derby victory since April 2016.

On loan from Liverpool until the end of the current campaign, a permanent transfer for Kent would cost a fortune as his contract with the Merseyside club runs until 2022.

The Gers boss, Steven Gerrard has, however, already revealed his desire to retain the services of the talented winger and Kent isn’t ruling out the possibility.

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The 22-year-old was playing for Charlton Athletic when the Scottish Premier League club hired him for the new season.

“It’s something I’m considering,” he said, according to Daily Mail.

“It’s a chat Rangers are going to have to have with Liverpool because I still have three years left on my contract there. So it’s a bit out of my hands.”

“The honest answer is I don’t know what my future holds. That’s something Jurgen Klopp will have to answer.”

 

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