Rangers FC loanee player Sean Goss has given a statement on joining The Gers.
There is a high chance of him quitting QPR this summer and join the Rangers permanently.
Graeme Murty has revealed his desire to see Goss in his squad. The 22-year-old lad is one of the primary targets for Rangers FC during this summer transfer window. Murty wants him on board permanently as he had played a vital role since he joined on loan from the English Championship side in January.
Goss now is a quite regular face in the central-midfield and played a key role in eight consecutive wins in nine matches.
The former Manchester United player was told by QPR manager Ian Holloway that he doesn’t fit in the main team as he does not like his playing style and the club will earn some amount by selling him.
During an interview with Sky Sports News Goss told:“When I was at QPR I was told I wouldn’t fit into the way the manager wanted to set up the midfield and the way we were playing at the time,”
“I am just focusing on my time at Rangers just now and I am loving my time here – enjoying the opportunity and the faith being shown in me.”