Legendary Premier League striker urged to join Steven Gerrard at Rangers

Legendary Premier League striker urged to join Steven Gerrard at Rangers

The Scottish striker has only been on loan at the club since January, making 17 appearances and scoring six goals.

Rangers face Hibernian in their final Scottish Premiership match of the season, with Jimmy Nicholl in charge for the last time ahead of Gerrard's arrival.

Jason Cummings wants to stay at Rangers as it's been the best experience he's ever had.

He said: "Every fan I have bumped into since the news broke are now officially Rangers fans too so that's been a huge boost for me too".

"I'm going with the club's support and the club's backing - and I'm really excited to get started".

With the departure of Reds manager Mark Warburton, who was a keen admirer of the midfielder, on New Year's Eve, it appears that ship has now well and truly sailed. When you see a manager speak, you don't want someone to pretend or bat back any question.

'I asked them what they thought and they have since given me every bit of support that I needed to go and take the challenge on.

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Pomeranz has been able to have some success against the Blue Jays, recording a 3-2 record with a 3.99 ERA in 29.1 career innings. Joe Biagini will make his third start of the season in place of Marcus Stroman, looking to rebound from a disastrous outing.

Miller is in his third spell at Rangers at the moment and is out of contract at the Gers this summer.

"That will be up to Rangers, however".

Gerrard stated: "When you look at the style of football that Jurgen Klopp plays, I think every fan in the world loves watching that".

"I just wonder if that was Steven Gerrard's influence (starting) Jordan Rossiter today", Sutton said during the 5-5 draw between the sides during BT Sport 1's live coverage on Sunday.

"It's up to Rangers and Forrest to come to an agreement, I hope it happens but I'm not involved in that side of matters".

'It's one of his values that I hope to take'.