first_img 1 Rangers have confirmed Ryan Kent has joined them on a season-long loan from Liverpool.The 21-year-old winger will be in familiar surroundings at Ibrox, with Anfield legend Steven Gerrard in charge and Michael Beale as a first team coach.“I think when the opportunity came around to join a club of this magnitude, it was a bit of a no-brainer,” Kent told the club’s official website. “They have got a person in charge now in Steven Gerrard who has played at the highest level and achieved many great things.“To learn from him is great, and I already know some of the players here. To have Michael Beale here too, he got the best out of me in under-23s football at Liverpool.“So I think it is a really exciting move for me, and I am looking forward to the opportunity.” Asked about the sort of player supporters can expect to see this season, Kent explained he plans to entertain.“I would say I am an exciting player, and I never hold back. I don’t fear getting on the ball, even if I’ve lost the ball. I am hopefully going to bring a lot of excitement to the fans here at Rangers,” he said.Having been part of the club’s academy since the age of seven, he has had stints at Bundesliga outfit Freiburg and with Bristol City in the Championship last season where he played 17 times.“I spoke in-depth with him [Gerrard] about the opportunities I will get up here and how he can benefit me and how I can benefit the club,” he continued.“I had to take a lot of time speaking with my family and my representatives to make this decision as last season was quite a disappointing year.“This move had to be the perfect one, and when Rangers came around, I think it is.“On a personal level, I would like to get a lot of game time this year. I think I have to prove a lot of people wrong from last season, and it is a chance to add numbers to my game – so to get a lot of assists and goals.“I want to get back to enjoying my football again.”center_img Ryan Kent will play under Liverpool legend Steven Gerrard last_img