manager Steven Gerrard used his connections at Liverpool to bring three
players to Ibrox in 2018-19. Ovie Ejaria and Ryan Kent both arrived on loan,
while former Reds full-back Jon Flanagan joined Rangers on a free transfer.
Now, with Gerrard headed into his second season at Ibrox, he could leverage
his relationship for further loan deals. Rangers supporters are excited about
the manager’s second season and can use the latest sign up offer to wager on the Glasgow club when
the term kicks off. Which Liverpool
players could line up in the Rangers team in 2019-20? Let’s look at some
has already agreed a loan transfer to Rangers that will see him at
Ibrox until the end of the 2019-20 season. The winger joined Liverpool’s
senior team in 2015 but has spent much of his career on loan at clubs
including Wigan Athletic, Wolverhampton Wanderers, and Reims.
22-year-old doesn’t look likely to have a future at Liverpool but could fit in
nicely at Ibrox. Ojo joined Liverpool at the age of 14 when a host of European
clubs were after him.
Camacho made two appearances for Liverpool in all competitions last season but
rarely had a sniff of first team football with the club gunning for
silverware. The 19-year-old is a winger and attacking midfielder, but
Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp used Camacho as a right-back during their FA Cup
third round match against Wolverhampton Wanderers.
Portuguese teenager would offer Gerrard a player that can fit into various
roles and positions. Camacho could be earmarked for a future at Anfield but it
seems likely he could use some first-team experience elsewhere first. Camacho
is wanted by other clubs around Europe and could be on the move.
excelled at Ibrox last term and Gerrard has stated he “loves” the winger.
Klopp is set to make a decision over Kent in the coming days. Whether he will
let the 22-year-old return to Rangers is the big question.
could choose to sell Kent rather than loan him back out. If that is the case,
Rangers may not be able to land him. Kent scored six goals and tallied four
assists in 27 Premiership games last season. His return would add continuity
to the club for 2019-20.
Gallacher joined Liverpool from Falkirk in January 2018 for £200,000. The
Scotland youth international has been learning his trade in the Liverpool
academy and with his 20th birthday approaching, it looks like he
could be loaned out.
would be a perfect fit for Gallacher to slowly gain first-team playing time.
Rumors have already linked other Scottish clubs with Gallacher. Could Rangers
sign him before anyone else pounces?
became well acquainted with Ben Woodburn during their times with Liverpool’s
academy. The manager wanted Woodburn on loan last season, but Liverpool chose
to send the midfielder to Sheffield United instead.
the 19-year-old didn’t play a hand in the Blades’ automatic promotion to the Premier League. He featured just seven times for
Sheffield United. Woodburn’s future is now up in the air and his career may
lie away from Anfield. Could it be at Ibrox?