Liverpool legend Stephen Gerrard who is Rangers manager has been dealt a huge blow in his desire to snap up Liverpool’s young goalkeeper Grabara.
The former England international is not doing too well with his Scottish side and he wants to do business with his old club.
He was initially linked with a loan move for Dominic Solanke but the deal fell through and the Merseyside outfits sanctioned the player’s permanent switch to Bournemouth for £17m.
Having lost his compatriot to Bournemouth, Gerrard turned his attention to another Liverpool star Grabara.
The Express reported last week that the 19-year-old goaltender is seeking a loan move to a club where he would be maximally utilized for the rest of the season.
In the same report, the Express revealed that the Gerrard was on the verge of luring the youngster to Ibrox Stadium.
However, the former Three Lions captain has once again failed to complete his move for Grabara as the youngster officially linked up with Danish side AGF Aarhus for the rest of the season.
It was made known to the public via Liverpool’s official page last night that the goalkeeper decides to join the Danish side because believed he stand a better chance of getting regular game-time compare to Gerrard’s team.
It should be recalled that Rangers had earlier terminated Ovie Ejaria’s contract in an abrupt manner due to the youngster’s inability to perform up to expectations. This could be responsible for Liverpool’s decision to ignore Gerrard’s bids for their young and upcoming stars.