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|The Reds legend is aiming to use his good relationship with Jurgen Klopp to incise the hot shot forward Solanke to Ibrox
Steven Gerrard is preparing to raid former agent sbobet club Liverpool for Dominic Solanke to spark a double striker swoop with Jermain Defoe also being targeted.
The Reds legend is aiming to use his good relationship with Jurgen Klopp to incise the hot shot forward Solanke to Ibrox on a loan deal, understands the Daily Record.
Solanke, 20, moved to Merseyside from Chelsea last summer for £3million, set after a tribunal, but failed to break the first team on a regular basis despite a strong pre-season.
He ended up making 27 appearances for the Reds in the most recent season but only six starts - netting his maiden goal on the final game of the campaign.
When everyone at Anfield is fit, Solanke would be the seventh choice attacking option behind Roberto Firmino, Sadio Mane, Mo Salah, Adam Lallana, Danny Ings and Ben Woodburn, before any potential summering recruits.
England star Defoe is also on Gerrard's hit list on a loan from Bournemouth.
The former Tottenham goal machine only featured 26 times having joined the Cherries on a free from Sunderland last summer.
Defoe, who still have two more years left on his £80,000-a-week contract, struggled to dislodge Joshua King, Callum Wilson and Lys Mousset for an attacking role on the south coast and recorded just four strikes.
Gerrard's only recruit as Gers boss so far is Scott Arfield who joined earlier agent sbobet this week having been released by Burnley.
Gerrard has also been linked with another possible loan deal for former Liverpool team-mate Lucas Leiva, who has been a big hit at Lazio since moving to Italy last summer.
And Record Sport revealed he has placed another ex-team mate Martin Skrtel on his wanted list even though the Slovakian veteran has a year remaining on a £60,000-a-week agent sbobet contract with Turkish big guns Fenerbahce.