Rangers target Ryan Kent started as Liverpool were defeated 3-2 by German giants Dortmund in the American city of Notre Dame, Indiana.
The Anfield club are in the States as part of their pre-season preparations but Kent was powerless to resist as Dortmund edged out a narrow victory.
The current SPFA Young Player of the Year played a huge role in Liverpool’s first goal too. His neat dummy let the ball run to Harry Wilson who finished with aplomb.
— Taloomball (@Taloomballs) July 20, 2019
Kent’s ongoing involvement in Liverpool’s pre-season continues to leave his potential Ibrox future up in the air.
Gers boss Steven Gerrard has never hidden his desire to bring the talented 22-year-old winger back to Ibrox [Scottish Sun] next season.
But with the decision in Liverpool’s hands, and Jurgen Klopp suggesting he’d look at the club’s youngsters [Evening Standard] as opposed to making big money signings, it could be ominous news for Rangers.
Reports earlier in the week had also suggested that Leeds United had edged in front in the race for the player [Wales Online].
Those came after Leeds boss Marcelo Bielsa was said to have personally watched the player [Scottish Sun] in Liverpool’s 3-1 friendly win over Bradford.
Kent was a firm favourite with the Ibrox crowd and Gers fans will follow his career closely.