Rangers-supporting glamour model promises ‘X-rated surprise’ for Steven Gerrard

Rangers-mad glamour model Lana Wolf has promised Gers boss Steven Gerrard X-rated surprises to keep him at the club.

After the club clinched a first Scottish Premiership title in 10 years, some fans are fearful he will be prised away by his boyhood club Liverpool.

But blonde bombshell Lana, fresh from the raucous title celebrations, is doing her level best to ensure Gerrard stays in Glasgow and finishes the job.

She told Daily Star: "Steven Gerrard will get a lifetime subscription to my OnlyFans – as long as he's at Rangers.

"I would happily give Steven Gerrard a personal lap dance for all his hard work this season.

"If he stays I would happily become his personal mascot and walk him out onto the pitch on the first day next season when they defend the league.

"I was inspired when I saw the video of him dancing in the changing rooms at Ibrox.

"Seeing the lads in the changing rooms at Ibrox really made me wish I could spend a cheeky half time in there with them! I'm sure they would have a great second half."

Lana, who released these special pictures to the Daily Star to mark the historic occasion, was among the Rangers supporters who took to the streets of Glasgow after the team's 3-0 thrashing of St Mirren on Saturday, March 6 that left them needing one more point to clinch the title.

Celtic's draw with Dundee United the following day sealed the deal to kickstart a wild party.

The blonde babe found herself a popular figure in the crowd thanks to her racy social media content, and posed for numerous pictures with delighted fans.

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She joked: "I should have had a security guard. It was bonkers.

"A lot of people were saying their granddads subscribe to my OnlyFans, and dads were trying to get me to have my picture taken with their sons."

While she got mobbed in the wild celebrations, Lana was keen not to distract from the "main event" of Rangers' title drought coming to an end.

She did not want it to turn into a "Lana Wolf meet-and-greet".

Lana added: "I went as a fan to be with other fans. It wasn't about me.

"It was amazing to celebrate with other supporters. We've been in lockdown so long that we didn't expect it would happen."

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