Jamie O’Hara would have Rangers star Ryan Kent at Tottenham!

Jamie O’Hara spoke to talkSPORT Rangers have said they would take Ryan Kent to Tottenham – saying the Ibrox winger is easily good enough for the Premier League after four years with the Europa League finalists.

Kent, 25, was a crucial part of Giovanni van Bronkhorst’s side that reached the Europa League final last season. However, they lost to the German team “Eintracht Frankfurt” in the penalty shootout. He continues to admire the term.

The England Under-20 footballer has made 177 appearances for Rangers in all competitions. Originally joining on loan under Steven Gerrard in 2018, he has since signed permanently and has remained so far.

But Kent, who is there “phenomenal legs” according to to Chris Boyd is in the final year of his contract. A player who scored 79 goals in 177 games. Was excellent against PSV Eindhoven on Tuesday night.

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According to Tottenham fan and former Spurs midfielder O’Hara, he is good enough to be in the Premier League. He even said that Kent would be at Tottenham despite Antonio Conte’s side being well equipped in the final third.

“I don’t want to take him away from Rangers, but I like him a lot, what a player he is.” O’Hara spoke to The Sports Bar on TalkSPORT. “I would have him at Spurs.” He should be in the Premier League, he is a top player.”

O’Hara would take Rangers player Kent to Tottenham

Kent are certainly good enough for the Premier League. He may have thought he should have scored more during his time at Rangers, averaging one goal every six games. But it is his assists that stand out.

Last season, he scored 3 goals in 46 games, but had 20 assists. Tottenham are struggling on four fronts and with Lucas Moura’s future in doubt, he would certainly be good cover for Son Heung-min.

Tottenham have Ivan Perisic who can guard Son. But the veteran Croatian star could be the first choice at left-back rather than Ryan Sessegnon. How much would it cost? Alex Rae is believed to be worth £25m.

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