Ryan Kent is now officially a Rangers player after completing his move from Liverpool for an estimated £7.5m earlier this week.
Kent is the latest figure to be drafted into Steven Gerrard’s all-out putsch to deny city rivals Celtic from claiming their tenth successive title in a row – a barely surmountable feat, should they want to get evens (which we assume they do).
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As football fans there’s nothing we love more than someone who’s direct. No hesitating, no wavering, no surrender, no nothing – just Scott Brown-shoving, Old Firm-scoring pure entertainment. And, conveniently enough, that’s exactly what the Anfield product can give in abundance.
Kent returns to Ibrox after a one-year stint at the club, which saw him claim the PFA Scotland Young Player of the Year award.
The 22-year-old took to Instagram to celebrate the beginning of a new chapter…
Kent recorded six goals and six assists in 23 league games last season and will join up with Gerrard’s matchday squad when the international break ends.