Tansfer News: Rangers considering a move for Liverpool teenager Curtis Jones

Rangers News: Rangers are reportedly considering a move for Liverpool talent Curtis Jones claims Football Insider.

The 18-year-old is currently playing for the Red’s U-23 team and is interested in a loan move to Ibrox.

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Jones made his U-23s debut last year and soon penned his first professional contract with the Reds.

He made his debut against Wolves in an FA Cup game.

The Reds manager, Jurgen Klopp was full of praise for the youngster, applauding his dribbling skills.

Jones has been a regular for England’s U-18 team since last year and has earned 10 caps till now.

The English prospect is synonymous with both attacking and central midfielder roles. He has been outstanding for the Reds’ reserves, scoring 4 goals and providing 2 assists in 13 games.

Why the Gers should make a move for Jones?

The Gers remain uncertain over Ryan Kent’s future and so does manager Steven Gerrard.

Though he expressed his desire to commit his future at Ibrox, Kent is still bound to the Reds.

The 22-year-old‘s second season in Glasgow has been quite impressive, bagging 6 goals and 4 assists this season across all competitions.

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Given that, Jones will be a fitting replacement for Kent at Ibrox next season.

Jones is of a similar profile to Kent and can be a huge hit at Scotland next season.

If Jones opts for a move to the Scottish league, the experience would be a great stepping stone.

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