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Liverpool and Rangers work out exclusive partnership

Liverpool and Rangers have worked out an exclusive partnership that will see the clubs work together to develop young players. The deal has been agreed now that former Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard has joined Rangers as manager. His close ties to Liverpool have enabled Rangers to pull off a coop that other Scottish clubs will be envious of.

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Liverpool and Rangers work out an exclusive partnership

Liverpool and Rangers will work together to develop players through a loan partnership. The Liverpool Echo has announced the two famous clubs will work together with Rangers getting the first pick of the Reds’ young players. Rangers will be considered as the first destination for Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp to send Liverpool’s stars of tomorrow to so they can gain first-team football.

Gerrard’s relationship with Liverpool allowed the partnership to be worked out between the two clubs. Rangers have already signed Liverpool midfielder Ovie Ejaria on loan ahead of the next season. Rangers are expected to contact Liverpool over the possible loan deals for several other Reds’ players.

Rangers finished third last season in the Scottish Premiership. The club was able to qualify for the Europa League qualifying rounds.

Gerrard coached Liverpool’s under-18 squad before taking Rangers’ managerial position. The Liverpool legend is expected to use his knowledge of Liverpool’s young players to bring several youngsters to Scotland. In addition, Gerrard and Rangers will be able to develop Liverpool’s young players as the two clubs benefit from their new partnership.

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