Rangers must convince Liverpool Harry Wilson’s development is best served at Ibrox

As reported by The Scottish Sun, Rangers could miss out on summer transfer target Harry Wilson after Norwich City opened talks with Liverpool about a potential move to Carrow Road.

What’s the story?

Steven Gerrard has already made a large amount of first team signings ahead of an important season for the Ibrox side, including utilising Liverpool links to land Ovie Ejaria on loan and the free transfer of defender Jon Flanagan.

The Anfield legend is however now facing an uphill battle to land one of his summer transfer targets.

The Scottish Sun say that Harry Wilson was on Gerrard’s list of potential arrivals at Ibrox this summer, but Championship side Norwich City have now moved ahead of the Scottish giants in the race to sign him.

The paper reckon that the Canaries have opened talks with Liverpool about a possible switch, looking to replace James Maddison who left the club recently for Leicester City.

Is it important Rangers sign him?

Harry Wilson demonstrated on loan last season that he has significant talent, shining for Hull City in the English Championship.

Signing for the Tigers in January, he scored seven goals and assists four more in 13 appearances, providing the kind of attacking contribution that would be a massive hit at Ibrox next season.

With the ability to play on either wing, he has the skill and versatility to play a massive role in Gerrard’s first season at the club and they should be making a renewed attempt to sign him this summer, despite Norwich’s interest.

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