Rangers winger Ryan Kent has claimed he was lied to over his future this summer before leaving Premier League side Liverpool.
Kent rejoined on the final day of the Scottish transfer window in a deal understood to be worth up to £7.5m. Rangers had previously failed to persuade Liverpool to sanction a second season-long loan after the winger made a major impression at Ibrox last term.
Kent featured for Liverpool in pre-season but found himself in limbo after his international team-mates returned from an extended break.
He admitted it had been a difficult period before Rangers resurrected the move.
"It was very tough," he said.
"I had to stay mentally strong when you are told you can do one thing and then you are lied to and it doesn't happen, that is quite hard to take. There’s no bitter taste, the thing that I wanted from the start happened at the end so I am just happy with that.”
The 22-year-old will have a chance to make his season debut for Rangers when they host Livingston on Saturday.
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