Rangers have made an offer to take Ryan Kent on loan for the season with a £6m obligation to buy next season according to a report from Football Insider.
Kent, 22, spent the last season on loan with Rangers winning the Scottish young player of the year along the way, the Gers had hoped to bring the winger back on loan this season however it is believed Liverpool would prefer to sell.
Liverpool’s asking price of £10m has already put off Leeds United who were interested in taking Kent to Elland Road this summer before turning their attention to Eddie Nketiah instead.
With Liverpool obvious close relationship with Rangers manager Steve Gerrard and the fact that Ryan Kent is not currently in Jurgen Klopp’s plans a loan move with an obligation to buy would suit all parties.
At 22 years of age it is best for Kent to move elsewhere in search of first team football and if Liverpool were to add sell on clauses to the deal I would expect a move to happen before the European window closes.