Can Glasgow Rangers manager Steven Gerrard convince Liverpool to sell Ryan Kent to the Ibrox club?
The Gers loanee has developed into an outstanding left winger, who has been mostly sensational this season since joining the Scottish club on a year-long loan deal in July 2018.
The Oldham-born player didn’t take long to settle in Glasgow, and has clearly loved being a first-team regular starter at Rangers since his arrival.
Kent has started to thrive on the atmosphere at Ibrox and is an attacking talisman for the Gers.
Although Kent has normally played on the left wing for Rangers, he is a right-footed player who could easily play on the other flank if required.
Many Rangers fans have wondered if he could play the No. 10 position, which is performing behind the forwards instead of playing wide of them.
Previously, Kent was loaned out to League One’s Coventry, then to Championship side Barnsley, where he played 47 games and won their Young Player of the Season award.
Then he joined Bundesliga side Freiburg and featured in only six of their matches, before teaming up with Bristol City for 11 Championship games.
Next in line was Rangers, where he decided to try his hand in Scotland. He has been hugely successful and has scored some good goals this season.
Gerrard has admitted that he wants Kent to score more goals from now until the end of the season, to help his Rangers team win silverware.
He is also a former England youth international, having previously played for both the U18’s and U20’s when he was younger.
If he signs permanently for Rangers and plays consistently for the Ibrox club, he might find himself in contention for inclusion in Gareth Southgate’s England squad.
It’s his creativity and direct attacking style of play that has seen the Rangers fans applaud their fleet-footed Liverpool loanee time and again.
Now it’s up to Gerrard to try and persuade Jurgen Klopp to sell him to the Gers.