Since arriving at Ibrox last month, on-loan midfielder Sean Goss has been arguably the best of the five new players to join Rangers in the transfer window.
The central midfielder has already made himself a key part of the team and while Jamie Murphy, Russell Martin, Jason Cummings and Greg Docherty all take a little bit of time to find their feet and get up to full fitness, Goss has immediately made a huge impact.
Unlike the loan deals for Cummings and Murphy, the Ibrox side don’t have an agreement in place to make Goss’ move permanent but if the 22-year-old can keep performing as he has, it would be a no-brainer for the Gers to try and get him long-term.
Since joining QPR 13 months ago, Goss has only made six appearances for the Loftus Road side – he’s made five for Rangers already – and while the R’s may have a plan for where they want Goss’ development to go, the lure of regular first-team football in front of 50,000 fans every other Saturday will be a big draw.
The Championship side paid £450,000 to sign Goss from Manchester United in January 2017 and the midfielder’s lack of game-time – regardless of how well he does at Ibrox – will limit how much it would be sensible to pay for the German-born star.
There’s nothing that suggests QPR are interested in selling Goss but if the 22-year-old is available for the right price, it would be crazy of Rangers to pass it up.
In other Rangers news, Stan Collymore has made a brutally honest admission about the Gers and bitter rivals Celtic.