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Liverpool player said he is not returning to Anfield

Timothy Aiyeku

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Liverpool player Ryan Kent has made it clear that he will not be returning back to the club as he will seek a permanent stay at his loan side Rangers at the end of his contract.

Ryan Kent confessed that he has now fallen in love with the game of football as a result of the good work by manager Steven Gerrard at Rangers.

However, the Merseyside outfit have not made any decision on Ryan Kent’s future but they already have a price tag of £12 million for him and there are convictions that Rangers will be willing to go that far for him.

Ryan Kent has been impressive at Ibrox and he is loving the way it is being done under the Liverpool legend which is the reason why he seeks a stay.

According to him, he missed the year he did not play much because of the bench roles but he now feels fit and good to get going in the game.

However, the chances of returning to the Merseyside outfit for Ryan Kent is very slim because of the many options available at the manager Jurgen Klopp team. There are therefore possibilities he would be granted his wish to remain with Rangers.

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