Sean Goss has today completed a loan deal to Rangers from QPR, handing the German-born midfielder a contract until the end of the season.
The news was announced on the official Rangers Twitter page on Wednesday afternoon, and on the club’s official website.
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The 22-year-old has found opportunities hard to come by since moving to Loftus Road in January 2017 from Manchester United.
Goss has not featured in Holloway’s side at all this season and has made only six appearances since his move from the Red Devils.
But the Scottish Premier League side have handed the youngster a lifeline with a short-term contract in Scotland.
It was reported earlier today in The Sun that the former Manchester United youth player was on the verge of leaving the London club after being told by manager Ian Holloway that he could leave, and after having a medical with the SPL side the deal was confirmed.
Gers’ manager Graeme Murty has been on the hunt for defensive additions to the squad – having had conceded ten more goals than Celtic this season – and had only recently been linked with Norwich defender Russell Martin.
Goss is Murty’s first signing of the January transfer window and will provide cover for the injured Bruno Alves and Ryan Jack.
In other Rangers transfer news, Rangers invite agent to discuss transfer of David Bates.
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