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Rangers Undecided On The Future Of This Championship Midfielder: What Should Be Gerrard’s Play Here?

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Bishwaraj Bhattacharyya
Former athlete. Now a journalist hoping to cover football no matter the league or country.

A list of players will be ending their loan spell with Rangers FC in the coming week and the club is yet to decide on recalling any of them. Sean Goss is among the speculated names who the Gers would enjoy having for another season if not on a permanent transfer.

The Ibrox Director of Football, Mark Allen released a statement concerning the futures of all the loan players, “We’ll see, no final decisions have been made. We owe the courtesy to those players and their football clubs to speak with them first. But once that decision has been taken and made then you guys will get the nod.”

Allen is working in close proximity with the Steven Gerrard’s management team to refurbish the side ahead of the 2018/19 season. They have already signed Scott Arfield from Burnley on a four-year deal and are lining up a number of possible transfers from the upcoming window.

Overcoming the Celtic dominance can only be done by the Light Blues adding to their strength and matching the talent pool of the Hoops will go a long way in achieving that goal, including the resigning of Goss. The 22-year-old has shone brightly in a Rangers jersey this term, appearing 14 times and chipping in with 2 goals and 2 assists.

He did not enjoy such rewarding minutes with Queens Park Rangers, which in turn insinuated the loan spell away from Loftus Road in January. Goss has partnered up with Jason Holt, Graham Dorrans and Ross McCrorie to drive the team’s offence from the heart of the park.

He has appeared in both attacking and deep positions and has done relatively well to strengthen the team.

Currently, Josh Windass holds the starting spot ahead of him but there is a probable chance in the future when Goss can be called up for regular appearances under Gerrard. He certainly has adjusted well to life on the south side of the border and is slowly coming into his own in the Scottish top-flight.

Rangers will require younger and prolific options like Goss to really give Celtic a run for their money next season. While Gerrard might be looking into some veteran players whom he is more familiar with, the team will need the legs of youngsters to see out the entirety of top-division football.

Read More: Rangers Sign 29 Y/O Burnley Winger To A Four-Year Deal: An Astute Move By Gerrard?

Plus, QPR can afford to let go of the Englishman since they already have Ryan Manning, Luke Freeman and Ebere Eze in the squad. Now everything depends on the Rangers hierarchy and what intent they have to beef up their squad in the near future.

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