Ryan Kent is a dynamic winger that joined Liverpool at the age of seven.
An attacker who can play on both flanks, Reds legend Steven Gerrard declared Kent was "on fire" during a productive loan spell at Rangers in 2018-19.
The Oldham-born player would end his time up north as PFA Scotland Young Player of the Year for 2019.
Kent has had a taste of competitive first-team action at Liverpool, too. After returning from a successful temporary stay at Coventry City, he made his senior debut for the Reds in January 2016 when he started an FA Cup third-round tie at Exeter City.
In August 2017, Kent signed a new long-term deal with the club before spending that season with SC Freiburg and Bristol City.
With competition for places at Anfield continually increasing, a season-long loan to Rangers was arranged in July 2018. In Gerrard's first campaign in charge at Ibrox, Kent made 40 appearances in all competitions, scoring six times.