Leeds United have shown their interest in signing Liverpool winger Ryan Kent in this summer transfer window.
The 23-year-old made his senior debut for Liverpool’s first team in January 2016.
Liverpool is still undecided on Ryan Kent’s future during the pre-season; meanwhile, Leeds are set to continue in their efforts to sign Ryan Kent, according to footballinsider247
Kent, on a season loan at Rangers last season, scored six goals and provided nine assists in 43 appearances in all the competitions.
Rangers boss Steven Gerrard is keen to secure Ryan’s services again, who has spent five years on loan and also won the PFA Scotland player of the year award last season.
However, Liverpool could send the winger on a season-loan if Leed’s are willing to meet their offer of £12m for the winger.
Recently Klopp was full of praises for the Liverpool winger Ryan Kent.
“He is at Glasgow Rangers and that works really well because Ryan is a fantastic football player and still very young.”
Kent is an attacking player who can play on both flanks and Liverpool legend Steven Gerrard is certainly a fan of the winger.
He made his debut for the Liverpool’s first team in January 2016 when he started at the FA Cup- a third-round fixture at Exter City.