The young England forward has not made a single senior appearance under Jurgen Klopp this season
Liverpool starlet Dominic Solanke is set to join Rangers when the transfer window reopens in January.
Solanke, the forward, has failed to make an impact in Jurgen Klopp’s team this season, being reduced to Under-21 football and an appearance on the bench for Liverpool’s EFL Cup defeat by Chelsea in September.
He was linked with a loan exit from Anfield throughout the summer, with Rangers – managed by Liverpool great Steven Gerrard – allegedly wanting to take the 21-year-old to Ibrox.
And it now appears the Gers have got their man as they are in pole position to sign the youngster on loan when the transfer window reopens in just over a month.
Crystal Palace are among the Premier League clubs who have also taken a look at Solanke, but Rangers look set to wrap up a deal for the former Chelsea player.
Solanke appears likely to replace Umar Sadiq in Gerrard’s set-up, with the Nigeria attacker expected to return to Roma in January.
Sadiq has made just five appearances without scoring a single goal since joining Rangers on a temporary basis earlier this year, and he’s poised to return to his former club, opening the door for Solanke’s Ibrox switch.