Former Rangers defender Michael Ball hopes that Ryan Kent stays at the club for one more season.

The winger has been linked with a move to the Premier League this summer with the Daily Mirror claiming Leeds United are interested and the Rangers man is somebody that manager Marcelo Bielsa has liked for a long time.

Kent featured in Rangers’ Scottish Premiership opening day 3-0 victory against Livingston over the weekend.

The left-winger scored 13 goals and provided a further 15 for his teammates in all competitions and helped Rangers to their first league title in a decade.

After continuing to impress for Rangers, former Ger Michael Ball is hoping that Kent stays at Ibrox for one more season, exclusively telling Football FanCast: “I think they’ll be disappointed if Ryan moves on this summer, hopefully, fingers crossed for Steven and the Rangers fans that Ryan can entertain the Ibrox fans for one more season.”

Steven Gerrard will no doubt be hoping to keep hold of one of his prized assets this summer and build on last season’s success.

After opening up with a victory on Saturday in the SPL, attention will now turn to the UEFA Champions League qualifying match against Malmo on Tuesday night.

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