By Harvey Byrne
Attacker Harry Forrester told Rangers fans that he wished the club all the best and that he would be keeping an eye on their results are sealing a transfer to English League One outfit AFC Wimbledon on Wednesday.
The 26-year-old was confirmed to have moved to the English third tier on Wednesday afternoon in a loan deal which will see him spend the entirety of the 2017-18 campaign away from Ibrox.
The move comes after a reported fall out with manager Pedro Caixinha, which is believed to have involved the Portuguese senior man telling the forward to stay away from training and to find a new club.
But, Forrester showed no signs of ill feeling after his move as he told his followers via his personal Twitter account on Wednesday that he wished Rangers success in the future.
(2) I wish Rangers all the best for the rest of the season! I Will be keeping a eye out on the results, thanks for all the messages .. H 🤙🏽
— Harry Forrester (@harry_forrester) August 23, 2017
Forrester joins Wimbledon, who are sat in 22nd place in League One with just one point gained from their opening three league matches.
The Milton Keynes-born attacker is however no stranger to the English third tier and he will be hoping to make an instant impact and could make his debut as early as Saturday when the Wombles take on one of his former clubs in Doncaster.
In other Rangers news, Chris Sutton has also reacted on Twitter to Forrester’s exit.