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Gerrard advised to move for Curtis Jones

Timothy Aiyeku

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Rangers boss Steven Gerrard has been told to consider the signing of Liverpool’s 17-year-old Curtis Jones in the summer transfer window so as to solve the issues relating to the creativity.

It has been observed that the former Liverpool’s side are lacking in creativity in the middle which is one of the reasons why they are two points behind league leaders Celtic.

Curtis Jones has therefore been identified as a perfect fit for the position despite being young and he could be tempted away in January having impressed so far this season.

The young lad is believed to have the ability to be able to distribute passes and create chances but he can still play a reserved role as well.

However, there are fears that Gerrard will not have his wish for Curtis Jones as his former side will be unwilling to let go of the player knowing that he forms the part of the club’s future.

The young lad is reported to be making efforts to push for a move to the European giants as he wishes to get the exposure he needs in England which is believed to be one of the toughest league in the entire Europe.

Timothy Aiyeku is a Mass Communication graduate from the Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria. He is a sports, everything football analyst.