On loan winger Ryan Kent admits he could have unfinished business at Rangers and that he’d like a return to try and win the club trophies, as reported by The Daily Record.
After an impressive season at Ibrox on loan from Liverpool, Rangers fans are desperate to see him make another move to the club this summer either on a temporary or permanent basis.
And the player himself continues to keep the option of that on the table, clearly happy with his time working under Steven Gerrard.
Asked if he had unfinished business at the club, as quoted by The Daily Record, he said today:
Possibly, because I came up here to win trophies and that’s a department we’ve failed in this season. So it would be nice to come back and win silverware.
The size of the club brings out the best in me. The club is back on the right track, especially with the manager they have. He has been excellent for me.
I want to finish the campaign strongly. I’ll have plenty of time to think about the other stuff and discuss it with my representatives in the summer.
Kent is obviously in a difficult position, being asked constantly about making the switch to Rangers when the decision in fact may be out of his hands.
His contract at Anfield does not expire for a number of years and the Reds are in control of what kind of exit occurs in the upcoming transfer window.
Rangers may also be priced out of a permanent transfer, with other clubs likely keen on adding the attacking talent to their squads this summer.
If the stars align though, it certainly seems as if Kent would be eager to sign up for another season and help us win our first major honour for years.