first_imgThe Rangers footballer believes the UEFA Europa League is the best tournament for a young player to showcase his talents21-year-old English winger Ryan Kent was loaned from English Premier League side Liverpool to Scottish Premiership club Rangers and the youngster is ready to prove himself.He signed his first professional contract with Liverpool in 2015, but he hasn’t appeared for The Reds, instead of getting loaned to five different teams already.But after four games with Rangers and one goal, he believes he is ready for the UEFA Europea League competition.“After putting four past Dundee today, we are going to Thursday’s game with a lot of confidence,” Kent told The Daily Star.Rangers is still behind Celtic: John Hartson Manuel R. Medina – September 3, 2019 According to the former Celtic player, there’s still a massive gap between his ex-club and Rangers in the Scottish Premier League.“We have warranted and deserved to get to where we are in the group stages, so we go there with a lot of confidence and we will enjoy the game.”“It is the perfect stage for a young player to really put himself up against top quality players across Europe,” he added.“It is a big stage and one I am really relishing and looking forward to.”“I think my performances have been getting gradually better, and it helped today getting my first goal for Rangers, so that was a bonus as well topped-off with a good result,” he continued.“The goal meant a lot to me as it is the first goal I have scored in a while. I have been knocking on the door and finally, I have broken through. Hopefully, I can kick on and get a few more.”last_img

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