Rangers suffer transfer blow as Leeds approach Ryan Kent

Tanya Simon
June 12, 2019

The Sun claim Aston Villa want to spend £10million on Kent, while the Yorkshire Evening Post state that Leeds are also interested.

He scored six goals and created nine assists, starring in Old Firm derbies against Celtic.

Jurgen Klopp is prepared to give Harry Wilson the chance to prove himself at Liverpool FC rather than immediately selling him, according to reports in the British media.

Galtier explained: "Pepe will leave".

Though Jurgen Klopp did a great job in turning the Merseysiders into a force to reckon with in European competition, accolades must be given to the club's board members who didn't hesitate to spend big on established players during the previous transfer markets.

"I hope that he will take a good amount of time to think about it, do his research, like he did when he came here and when he made a decision to stay here (last summer), find the right project".

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Concluding a report on Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain's impending contract extension, Lynch reports that Pepe "is not considered a target for the Reds, who are aiming to make only minor tweaks to their squad".

The new deal would see the England global stay at Anfield until 2023.

If the Gers can move on some of the wingers now at the club - and reports have suggested that they are looking to do just that - then bringing both players to Ibrox would make sense.

The 25-year-old could act nearly like a new signing for the Reds.

It is believed that the Reds are keen on lifting the Premier League glory for the first time in many years next season, hence, the Anfield hierarchies are more than willing to reinforce the team at the ongoing transfer market.

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