Liverpool winger Ryan Kent has been with the club since he was a teenager but it looks like he is finally ready to move out.
The 22-year-old has moved around Europe on various loan spells and in the current season, he is out on loan at Scottish Premiership side Rangers FC.
But unlike his previous loan spells, Ryan Kent has really thrived in Scotland and he has recently been nominated for the Player of the Year and the Young Player of the Year award.
While the winger is expected to return back to Liverpool at the end of the current season but now he has made it clear that he sees no future at the club.
Ryan Kent said: “I want to kick-start my career somewhere now. I am tired of changing clubs each year, I want to settle down somewhere,
“Liverpool have been good to me, but the enjoyment factor of going back there each year and doing well in pre-season and going back out on loan, it is a repetitive cycle.
“I have three years left on my contract at Liverpool and there’s not much I can really do.”
Ryan Kent has so far scored six goals and made nine assists for Rangers this season and Steven Gerrard is a huge admirer of the youngster.
Gerrard has made it clear that he wishes to bring him back for yet another loan spells.
But now it looks like instead of another loan arrangement, Ryan Kent will be available permanently during the summer transfer window.
While the Gers will be itching to sign him up at the end of the season but reports claim that Liverpool will be charging a steep transfer price for Ryan Kent given that he has had a wonderful season with the Premiership club.
And this could be a real big issue for Steven Gerrard and his club.