Rangers-mad model sends Steven Gerrard her love after promising him a lap dance

Rangers-mad glamour model Lana Wolf could not hold back her passion for Steven Gerrard before his side's game on Sunday.

The Gers boss was once again the subject of Lana's affection as she drew a pink love heart around him as he appeared on TV for pre-game media duties.

It comes after she had previously promised to give the ex-Liverpool skipper a lap dance.

OnlyFans star Lana shared her cheeky sketch as an Instagram story for her 48,000 followers, who are often treated to racy snaps of her in footie strips.

Rangers went on to win their league game against Hibernian 2-1, coming after they secured the Scottish Premiership title. They also remain unbeaten.

As a reward for steering the club towards its first Scottish Premiership title in 10 years, and in a bid to keep Gerrard in Glasgow, Lana has offered up X-rated surprises to keep him at the club.

Some fans are fearful he will be prised away by his boyhood club Liverpool, but the Scottish glamour model has her own ideas to convince the former Red to stay put.

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.

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"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."

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Taking to social media on Sunday, Lana felt the need to warn fans against fake accounts pretending to be her and starting conversations.

She also told followers to be vigilant with fraudsters attempting to sell her paid-for content.

"I'm getting a lot of screenshots and messages from people saying ah I thought I was talking to you for f****** ages and I realise I've been catfished blah blah blah.

"Because there's a bunch of fake accounts going around of me. Like if you think I have been chatting to you outside of my paid page, then you're being catfished.

"Also it's come to my attention that there's quite a common scam on Snapchat where people are taking content from people's pages and they're trying to sell it.

"I don't need to do that, like use your brains. My OnlyFans does really, really well, all of my content is on there."

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