Scotland’s Young Player of the Year is in demand once more this summer after proving to all the critics that he has what it takes to play at the top level of the game.
This is after 22-year-old Kent scored six goals in 43 appearances this season under Gerrard whilst playing on the wing for Rangers in the SPL, reports Goal.com.
Leeds United of the Championship in England have made a formal approach for the exciting forward but would only be able to take the player on-loan, but with both Liverpool and Kent wanting to make the move a permanent one for around £12 million, the Yorkshire club may have been priced out.
The other option is for Kent to fight for his place at Anfield, but with Shaqiri, Mane and Salah already making a name for themself, Kent may struggle for game time at what is a crucial period in his career at the age of 22.
Leeds are not the only club interested however, with Middlesbrough and Premier League club Aston Villa said to be monitoring the player.
Rangers would also love to have Kent back but it’s whether the winger wants a new challenge and can agree a move away from Anfield for the set price.
Here we look at Kent’s previous clubs so far in his career
Named Barnsley’s young player of the season back in 2016 after impressing on-loan at his second professional senior club.
Only made a handful of appearances before having his contract terminated and returning to Liverpool in what was a very unsuccessful loan spell.
Made a few league starts in the Championship without scoring which later led to his contract being terminated once more.
Bristol were later reported to have been fined for Kent’s lack of minutes.
Scored in the Old Firm Derby for Rangers before being banned for two matches for an altercation with Scott Brown.
Voted in Scotland’s PFA team of the year aswell as Scotland’s young player of the year, a real breakthrough season for the 22 year old.