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Gerrard's Liverpool connections and Kent's development under him will give Rangers an advantage in negotiations but Leeds are pushing to make progress after being asked by Bielsa to significantly increase his choice of wide players.

Leeds are vying with Rangers for Kent's signature after the end of the 22-year-old's season-long stay at Ibrox.

Leeds made a formal offer to take the Oldham-born wide man on loan next season, but sources close to the situation have told Goal that Kent's preference would be to either stake a claim for a first-team spot at Liverpool or to join another club permanently. "He's a young, talented player but he won't be in Klopp's side next season. He has had a decent time in Scotland already, and it looks like another loan deal".

The Echo say Liverpool "have fielded several inquiries" over his "availability", but "won't budge below that valuation" if Klopp decides to cash in.

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Kent spent the past season on loan with the Gers and impressed as he went on to play in 27 Scottish Premiership games, scoring six goals and supplying four assists. Liverpool scored 98 points in the 2018-19 Premier League, which is the highest-ever points tally for a runner-up in Europe's top-five leagues. The out-of-contract Charlton midfielder is wanted by both Celtic and Rangers.

Both the Rangers manager and Kent are products of the Reds youth development system and the latter is known to idolize the Gers boss having grown up watching him captain Liverpool with distinction.

Wilson was an integral part of the Derby squad who reached the play-off final last month and is expected to move on from Liverpool for a sizeable fee this summer.

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