What Liverpool ace Ryan Kent has told friends about Rangers transfer
Liverpool have seen more departures than arrivals this summer as Jurgen Klopp trims his squad.
After winning the Champions League, the German manager has not seen any need to make any extreme adjustments.
But a number of players have been offloaded to free up a ballooning wage bill – including Daniel Sturridge, Alberto Moreno and Simon Mignolet.
And one man is looking to leave after being held at the club despite enjoying a loan spell at Rangers last year.
Ryan Kent was a star performer under Steven Gerrard last year at Ibrox, where he won the PFA Young Player of the Year award.
Gers have been keen to land the 22-year-old but there has been no breakthrough with Liverpool yet.
And according to Football Insider, Kent has told pals that he is desperate to make a permanent move to Glasgow.
Furthermore, the winger is pushing for a move for the second time this summer after his earlier efforts were blocked.
Negotiations are ongoing between the two clubs and there is optimism a breakthrough can come.
It has been reported that Rangers are readying a loan deal with an obligation to buy at the end of the season.
The fee floated has been stated at £6m, according to Football Insider.
That would be a club-record fee for the Scottish outfit, smashing the £5.8m they spent on Mikel Arteta in 2002.
Liverpool, though, want offers in the region of £10m – which is out of Gers’ price-range.
The Reds are happy to see Kent leave as they do not see a future for him at Anfield.