Rangers accomplished the everlasting signing of Ryan Kent for £7 million on summer time switch deadline day, and the addition of the Liverpool academy graduate to their ranks will little question increase the Mild Blues’ title possibilities.
Many argue that the Gers wouldn’t have suffered defeat at the hands of Previous Firm rivals Celtic final Sunday had the 22-year-old featured, and it doesn’t come as a shock after The Athletic claimed Leeds United boss Marcelo Bielsa was eager to signal him, with the Elland Street outfit tabling a £4.5 million supply for him the day earlier than the English transfer window shut.
The Argentine tactician believed he might convert Kent into a No 10 at Leeds, and Mild Blues boss Steven Gerrard should exploit the winger’s potential to play behind the striker, as there's the likelihood he could possibly be used centrally and given the liberty to roam.
Rangers already have choices on the wings after recruiting extra players in the course of the summer time transfer window, and whereas the English forward is an improve on those at present obtainable, deploying him in attacking midfield and permitting him play a free position might yield more assists and objectives for the workforce.
Kent possesses the power to drive the group up the park and add the artistic spark badly missing within the ultimate third, and experimenting with Bielsa’s planned techniques for him may also help Gerrard lead Rangers to the Scottish Premiership title.
Enjoying him as a number 10 towards Celtic had it been he had been signed earlier would have caught Hoops boss Neil Lennon abruptly, and Gerrard can all the time use it to confuse opponents and get the specified results.