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Ryan Kent looking to force through Rangers move

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Alex Mott

Ryan Kent wants to leave Liverpool and rejoin Rangers after becoming frustrated with life in the Scottish capital.

Kent was named PFA Scotland Young Player of the Year last term after an impressive loan spell at Ibrox.

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He then returned to Anfield and was hoping to force his way into Jürgen Klopp’s first team.

That has not happened however, and although Steven Gerrard has previously admitted that the club are priced out of a move for the midfielder, Kent himself wants the switch.

“When the English window closed without Ryan moving on, Rangers realised they may still have a chance of doing a deal but that they would have to be creative in order to make it happen.” A source told the Daily Record.

“Klopp has ruled out another straightforward loan but Rangers hope the additional clause, which would turn it into a permanent move at a future date, might help swing the deal in their favour.

“Ryan knows he’ll have to do everything he can to help make it happen and it seems that’s exactly what he is trying to do.”

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