REPORT: Rangers Midfielder Targeted By Several English Clubs For Transfer

REPORT: Rangers Midfielder Targeted By Several English Clubs For Transfer

Rangers superstar midfielder Ryan Kent is a transfer target for promoted club Sheffield United and relegation threatened Everton, according to a report from Yorkshire Live.

That’s not all – it is also believed that AFC Bournemouth and Turkish club Fenerbache are also interested in the 26-year-old.

Rumours of Kent’s departure from the Ibrox Stadium have been circling for months. In addition to this, with his contract set to expire in the summer, he will leave Rangers on a free transfer if the two parties cannot reach an agreement for a new deal.

As such, Kent seems more and more likely to leave Rangers as time drags on, with an increasing amount of clubs throwing their repsective hats into the ring. Due to this, it may be worthwhile for Rangers to begin to prepare for life without Kent – they will miss his tireless running and adaptability, but no one is irreplaceable in the modern game.

Ryan Kent career summary

Born in Oldham, Greater Manchester, Kent joined Liverpool’s academy when he was just eight years of age. He would go on to spend 15 years with the Reds, but failed to make a single senior appearance during his time in Merseyside.

Instead, Kent enjoyed a series of loan spells away from the club. He played for clubs such as Coventry City, Barnsley and Bristol City, before being loaned out to Rangers.

At the Gers, Kent’s loan spell was so impressive that the club decided to sign him on a permanent basis in 2019 for an initial fee of £6.5 million.

Since then, Kent has made his mark in the Blue half of Glasgow. He has made 113 appearances for the Light Blues, scoring 22 goals from midfield. Additionally, during his stay at the Ibrox Stadium, he has won the Scottish Premiership and helped to guide the club to the Europa League final in 2022.

Jimmy Johnson

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