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Rangers News: Ryan Kent wins PFA Scotland Young Player of the year

Rangers News: Rangers winger Ryan Kent has won Scotland
PFA’s young player of the year award.

Ryan Kent

The 22-year-old who is currently on loan from Liverpool has been pivotal for Steven Gerrard, finishing second in the league table.

Kent bagged an impressive 10-goal tally and he also scored in both the Old Firm derbies this season.

Furthermore, Kent also won the Gers young player of the season award.

Besides him, Alfredo Morelos, Tavernier, and Alan McGregor also featured in the PFA Scotland Team of the year.

Kent became a fan-favourite at Ibrox and has expressed his desire to stay with the Gers, despite his loan spell ending this season.

Gerrard is making efforts to keep him in Glasgow.

After an ordinary first season, Kent proved out to be a revelation for the Light Blues under Gerrard.


The Reds-bound winger earlier had spent his loan-spells with Barnsley, Sc Freiburg and Bristol but couldn’t create the impact that he did with the Gers.

Gerrard’s first season in Glasgow ended up with no silverware but there were signs of progression.

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However, the former Anfield star remains confident of finishing this season on a high note with the remaining fixtures.

The Light Blues will square off against their arch-rivals Celtic in Old Firm derby this week.