Rangers transfer news: 63-cap Dutch international who once cost £11.5m keen on Ibrox move

Steven Gerrard is a key factor in Ryan Babel’s interest

Ex-Liverpool ace Ryan Babel has revealed he would be open to a Rangers move.

The Netherlands international said the lure of working with former Anfield team-mate Steven Gerrard would interest him.

Babel was taking part in an Instagram Q&A when he was asked: “If you could play in Scotland what team would it be for and why?”

Ryan Babel would be open to working with Steven Gerrard again. Picture: SNS

He said: “I think I would play for Rangers just for the fact that Steven Gerrard is the coach.”

The 33-year-old is currently in his third spell at Dutch Ajax, on loan from Galatasaray.

He is contracted to the Turkish giants until 2022.

Babel shot to early prominence at Ajax, winning the Eredivisie, netting 24 goals in 111 appearances. It prompted Liverpool to pay in the region of £11.5million for his signature. He linked up with Gerrard for four seasons.

Since his time at Anfield he has embarked on a somewhat itinerant and interesting journey, playing in the Bundesliga, Turkey, La Liga and the UAE, while also having two spells back at Ajax and a stint with Fulham.

Read More

Read More
Rangers face battle with Leeds United and Liverpool for target as star linked wi...