Former QPR midfielder Andy Sinton believes Sean Goss’ season-long loan move to Rangers is a “great move” and thinks everyone involved will benefit from the 22-year-old’s time in Glasgow.
Goss sealed a temporary move to Rangers on Wednesday and will join his new team-mates when they fly out to Florida later this week for a training camp and games against Corintihians and Atletico Mineiro.
The former Manchester United youngster has failed to make an impact on the QPR first-team this season and will head north to get regular games between now and June.
Now, Sinton believes it’s can only help Goss’ development as a player.
“This is a great move for him,” Sinton said, as quoted by the Evening Times.
“He is joining a massive club with a fantastic support and will be playing in front of huge crowds. It will really help his development. Hopefully he can play a lot of games in the coming months.
“I think Glasgow Rangers will see the benefits and Queens Park Rangers will get the benefits further down the line. I wish Sean well. As I say, I think it is a great move for everyone concerned.”
Goss joined QPR 12 months ago from Manchester United for £500,000 after spending five years in the Academy set-up at Old Trafford.
The German-born midfielder made six appearances for the Loftus Road side in the second-half of last season but hasn’t been involved with the first-team so far this campaign.
With Rangers struggling with injuries in midfield, Goss’ arrival will give manager Graeme Murty more options with Jordan Rossiter, Graham Dorrans and Ryan Jack all currently sidelined through injury.
Goss’ first competitive game for the Ibrox giants is likely to be the Scottish Cup clash with Highland League minnows Fraserburgh on January 21st.
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