Rangers set to clinch loan deal for Liverpool kid Ovie Ejaria

Ovie Ejaria of Liverpool and Reiss Nelson of Arsenal in action during the Premier League 2 match between Arsenal and Liverpool at Meadow Park

Ovie Ejaria of Liverpool and Reiss Nelson of Arsenal in action during the Premier League 2 match between Arsenal and Liverpool at Meadow Park

McBurnie was said to be a target for Rangers in January, but he ended up moving on loan to Barnsley instead however Steven Gerrard is said to have reignited the Gers' interest in the striker.

'You know what football is like with the amount of speculation.

"Gerrard's a legend", Solanke, who could be joined at Ibrox by Liverpool team-mate Ovie Ejaria, is quoted by the Daily Record. I want Rangers to get back where they belong.

'I've always said that I would love to play for Rangers.

Although fans would probably want more glamorous opposition to Ibrox, bringing Bury and Wigan to Ibrox is a great opportunity for Gerrard to get an idea of what his squad are capable of - particularly a number of the fringe players at Ibrox.

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Gerrard is eager for Rangers to make an impact in the Europa League and Liverpool are helping him out by agreeing to send Ejaria on loan. I want to play at the highest level possible every week.

'I scored nine in 16 games and I got player of the season there.

Beginning with the news about 20-year-old Ejaria, he has so far made eight appearances for Jurgen Klopp but spent the second half of the 2017/18 campaign out on loan with Championship side Sunderland for experience. "I had three options at the end I was definitely able to go to and Rangers were not one of the three".

The England youth worldwide is thought to be Gerrard's No 1 target with Liverpool's front-three of Mohamed Salah, Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mane - who notched a combined 91 goals this year - all guaranteed starting spots.

An Under-20 World Cup victor with England last summer, he started just five Premier League games under Jurgen Klopp and made 21 substitute appearances.

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