Since naming Steven Gerrard as their new manager, Rangers have been linked with a countless number of Liverpool players over the course of recent weeks. The Gers have already confirmed the loan signing of Ovie Ejaria from the Reds, and Welshman, Harry Wilson should be the next player to switch Anfield for Ibrox.
According to the Scottish Sun, Rangers’ hopes of signing Liverpool’s Harry Wilson is under threat following Norwich City’s latest actions. The Canaries have reportedly opened discussions with the Champions League finalists over a potential loan move for the Welsh winger. Rangers should do all they can to challenge the Championship side for Wilson’s signature.
The Welsh international spent the second half of last season on loan with Hull City, where he impressed enormously with the Tigers. In 13 games for the Championship side, Wilson contributed towards ten league goals – scoring seven and registering three assists for his teammates. His impressive performances even earnt him a recall to the Wales national team, where he scored against China during his second international appearance for the Dragons.
Wilson is unequivocally gifted, and he would be a genuinely tremendous signing for Rangers. The Welshman flaunts several outstanding attacking attributes, such as his proficiency from set-pieces, his marvellous ability to play through-balls and his refined crossing ability.
Without question, Harry Wilson is an incredibly expressive and creative player, and his arrival would strongly enhance the quality of Rangers’ attack. The Gers had the most productive attack in the Scottish Premiership last season, and the arrival of Wilson would undoubtedly help in consolidating that position.
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