Rangers fans react to signing of Sean Goss from QPR
There are plenty of reasons for Rangers fans to be positive about the news that Sean Goss has moved to Ibrox on a six-month loan deal from Queens Park Rangers.
The 22-year-old will offer Rangers manager Graeme Murty real options due to his ability to play at centre-half or in the heart of midfield. And if his former coach in Manchester United’s academy is anything to go by, Goss is a player with real potential and technical ability.
“He has got a lot of talent, an abundance of talent, and a wand of a left foot,” Nicky Butt said when Goss left United for QPR 12 months ago, as reported by the Scottish Sun.
Former United players Ryan Giggs (R) and Nicky Butt (L) await kick off ahead of the English Premier League football match between Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur at Old Trafford in...
On the flipside, however, you could understand why Rangers fans are unconvinced by their whirlwind signing.
The fact that Goss failed to really break into QPR’s side is a cause for concern. The former Exeter City youngster had not played a single minute of senior football all season and it is fair to say QPR don’t exactly have the Championship’s strongest midfield.
But will Goss follow in the footsteps of Declan John in joining on a temporary basis with a point to prove before making a huge impact and, eventually, earning a full-time contract? It remains to be seen.....
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