Steven Gerrard set to swoop for two Premier League players

Ovie Ejaria of Liverpool and Reiss Nelson of Arsenal in action during the Premier League 2 match between Arsenal and Liverpool at Meadow Park

Steven Gerrard set to swoop for two Premier League players

"If I was Gerrard, the first thing I'd be doing would be getting my boots out because he's 10 times better than what has been in the Rangers team over the last few years", the former Rangers goalkeeper said, as quoted by the Daily Record.

Rangers have opened talks with Connor Goldson after agreeing a £3 million fee with Brighton - but they will have to wait to land Liverpool youngster Ovie Ejaria.

Ejaria told the Liverpool website: "It's a really great feeling".

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Ejaria has made just eight first-team appearances for Liverpool, all of which came during the 2016-17 campaign.

Ejaria was part of the England Under-20 squad which lifted the FIFA Youth World Cup previous year and the midfield playmaker is highly rated by Liverpool chiefs.

The midfielder spent the second half of last season on loan at Sunderland, who were relegated from the Championship, making 11 appearances for the Black Cats and scoring against Wolves on May 6. I've been at Liverpool for four years now and I'm just really happy to extend my stay here.

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Kevin Thomson says new Rangers manager Steven Gerrard needs his own version of Celtic captain Scott Brown if they are to challenge their Old Firm rivals.

'I really want to be a regular at Liverpool football club, a massive club, so that's my aim'.

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