Liverpool winger Ryan Kent is reportedly open to making the move to Leeds United this summer, according to Leeds Live, cited by the Bristol Post.
The 22-year-old looks set to leave Anfield once again this summer, with Leeds and Scottish giants Rangers interested in Kent’s services for the upcoming campaign.
The report states that Kent, who excelled under Steven Gerrard at Ibrox last year, is open to a new challenge next season.
Newly promoted Aston Villa are also keen on the wide man, however, Dean Smith’s side would more than likely explore the possibility of signing Kent on a permanent basis.
However, with Kent having three years left on his current Reds deal, a loan stint looks the most likely option for the winger.
Marcelo Bielsa is looking to bolster his wide options for the Whites this summer ahead of the new campaign, so Kent could be a key man at Elland Road if he made the move to Yorkshire.
Why a move to Leeds could be more beneficial to Kent
After impressing in the Scottish Premiership last season, Kent could benefit in a new challenge with the Whites.
More competitive division
The Championship is arguably a more competitive division than the Scottish Premiership, so Kent may well look to move back to the Championship after previous spells with Barnsley and Bristol City.
Chance to be involved in a promotion push
Leeds missed out on promotion last season but look set to be involved in another push to the Premier League next season, something Kent could play a key role in.
Work under Marcelo Bielsa
Marcelo Bielsa is highly thought of in the managerial world, so Kent could learn plenty of the Argentine if he moves to Elland Road.
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