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Gerrard on their rumored link with Billy Gilmour

Fri 11 December 2020 | 13:44

The Ibrox manager talked about Chelsea youngster and his rumored loan-move to Rangers.

Though

Steven Gerrard

finds,

Chelsea

midfielder,

Billy Gilmour

to be a

“fabulous little player”

he insisted that there were no talks between

Rangers

and the Blues on his loan move to the Scottish league. Since the 19-year-old is in the process of recovering from a knee injury, Frank Lampard may plan to loan the player to another club when he is fully back to fitness. Still Gerrard revealed that there was no contact on the player’s move to his squad.

“There is always a lot of paper talk and a lot of speculation about a lot of players. From what I see from afar, I think Billy Gilmour is pretty settled at Chelsea.”

“He has obviously had an injury. Every time I listen to Frank he is really happy with the player.”

"He's a fabulous little player but there has been no contact between the clubs or the managers. I know Frank extremely well and I know his coaching staff extremely well. I think that's just people putting two and two together and looking for stories.”

“There is nothing in it from our side but what I will say is that he is a fabulous little player and we wish him well.”

Gilmour, who played full-time in their recent

Champions League

match, may longer his stay with the Blues after putting an

“outstanding”

performance as told by Lampard.

"I thought Billy was outstanding on his return, I felt very comfortable with him coming back in, he's trained so well, done his rehab and he deserved his chance tonight,"

Lampard said.

"The way he played today and how he trains I see him growing with us, he's going to be a Chelsea player, [it’s] just making sure the pathway is right for him.”


source: SportMob

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