Rangers winger Ryan Kent has been linked with a departure from the Scottish club at the end of this season.
According to Football insider, the 24-year-old has a gentleman’s agreement with the Scottish team to stay for another year and he is keen to play Champions League football with Steven Gerrard’s side next season.
Apparently, the player feels loyal to Gerrard. The Rangers boss was instrumental in his development and he gave Kent the platform to express himself with regular football at Ibrox.
The player has been heavily linked with a move to Leeds United in recent months, but it looks like the Whites will have to wait another year to sign the player.
Kent has been in excellent shape since joining Rangers and is one of the club’s best players. The 24-year-old has 12 goals and 14 assists to his name this season.
Fans will be delighted to hear that their star player is likely to stick around for at least another season.
The report claims the Rangers want to tie the winger to a new long-term contract, but Kent is in no rush to commit to a new deal.
It looks like the player is keeping their options open.
Kent has already won the Scottish League title with the Rangers and he hopes to make his mark in European football with them next season.
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