Ryan Kent could still get the move he desires as Reds reportedly halve asking price

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After Club Brugge joined the race for Ryan Kent this morning, it is now being reported that the 22-year-old could still head to Rangers, the team he spent last season on loan with.

Earlier in the summer, the Reds wanted around £12 million for the winger, but have reportedly halved that valuation in a bid to let Kent leave as he wants to.

Rangers could not afford to spend £12 million on one player, and it had looked like they would be priced out of a move, but it seems the Reds have had a change of heart.

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With no other club coming close to matching the original valuation placed on Kent’s head, it makes sense to let him leave for a cut-price deal.

It is clear that while he is a decent player, Kent is some way off being a regular for the Reds’ first-team. Keeping hold of him would only have restricted chances for other players in the U23s.

A sale, even for a lower fee, makes sense for all parties and Kent will be delighted if he can reunite with Steven Gerrard again.

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