Speaking exclusively to This Is Futbol, former Rangers defender Michael Ball thinks Harry Wilson moving to his old side could be a possibility this summer.
The Liverpool winger, who is currently on loan at Cardiff City, recently told BBC Sport that he will look to leave Anfield if he is once again left out of Jurgen Klopp’s first-team plans.
Wilson is likely to attract plenty of interest in England having amassed experience in both the Premier League and Championship. He recently scored a brilliant hat-trick against Birmingham City to show his quality and what he could perhaps bring to a side like Rangers.
For Ball, given that Liverpool connection with Steven Gerrard, a transfer to Ibrox looks very plausible. On Wilson, the ex-Rangers player told TIF:
“Steven’s got that connection with him. He knows of him, so that personal relationship could be a bonus. The money, we’re not too sure what they have to spend, so it all depends if any players move out as well at Rangers.
“If [Alfredo] Morelos moves on, the big money that they’ll get would give Rangers the opportunity to bring Harry and maybe a few others in.”
Morelos was the subject of heavy interest from Ligue 1 outfit Lille last summer, so it would not be a surprise to see them come in again for the Colombian forward.