Sheyi Ojo seems willing to lend to Rangers as the 21-year-old seeks to gain valuable first-team experience.
Ojo, who represented England at U16 and U21 levels, have made eight appearances for Liverpool but are still set to establish themselves as regular main team players and have been loaned out to players like Wigan, Wolves and Wolves. Fulham in the past.
Last season he was loaned to the French team Reim, where he made 17 matches but scored only once.
The wing now looks set to join Liverpool legend Steven Gerrard north of the border and is expected to meet with the team when he returns to pre-season training next week.
Reds coach Jurgen Klopp hopes the match will be as successful as Ryan Kent's. The 22-year-old was loaned to Rangers last season and impressed at Ibrox, making 43 appearances in all competitions and was named PFA Scotland's Best Player of the Year.
It remains to be seen whether Kent will return to Liverpool or leave the club.
Aston Villa and Leeds have been linked to the player while the Rangers are also interested in keeping it.
Gerrard will be determined to mount a serious title challenge next season after his team has fallen short in this campaign.
Rangers finished nine points behind rival Celtic in second place and Gerrard hopes to take a step closer next year.
They will also soon be competing in the European League qualifiers, and will find their opponents for the first qualifying round on Tuesday.
Just as Ojo and Kent Rangers are monitoring Oldham defender George Edmunson for whom they asked for £ 500,000.
They are also in talks with Charlton midfielder Joe Aribo during a play.