Ryan Kent Is Poised to Return to the UK Next Month

After a brief stint in Turkey with Fenerbahce, Ryan Kent appears to be on the verge of making a swift return to the UK, a mere six months since his departure from Rangers. The winger, who has struggled to leave a lasting impact with the Turkish giants, is reportedly seeking a temporary move away from Istanbul. Hull City has emerged as a potential destination, with the Championship club rumored to be considering a loan offer in the upcoming New Year. Rangers currently don’t want to re-sign their former player due to concerns about the circumstances of his departure from Ibrox.

Despite his move to Fenerbahce, Ryan Kent has faced challenges in making a significant contribution to the team. His playing time has been predominantly in the Europa Conference League, where he has managed to score just one goal and provide two assists in 15 games. The lack of consistent performances has fueled speculation about a possible exit from the Turkish club.

According to reports by Yağız Sabuncuoğlu, Hull City, currently under the ownership of Turkish broadcaster and entrepreneur Acun Ilıcalı, is looking to capitalize on Kent’s situation. The club has a history of transfers from Fenerbahce during Ilıcalı’s tenure, with players like Ozan Tufan, Allahyar Sayyadmanesh, and Bora Aydınlık having made the move to the Tigers. The connection between Fenerbahce and Hull City might be revived if the Championship side proceeds with a loan offer for Kent.

It is suggested that Ryan Kent is ‘keen’ on returning to the UK, and Hull City seems to be a favorable option for the winger. Having not played in English football since his departure from Liverpool to join Rangers in 2018, Kent is eager to make a comeback to familiar surroundings. The Championship holds a special place for him, as he made a total of 54 appearances in the competition before heading to Rangers.