Murty makes big Rangers summer transfer statement after confirmed response from English side
Rangers boss Graeme Murty is still confident he will be able to make a permanent move for Sean Goss, despite receiving a hands-off from parent club QPR.
Goss has impressed for Rangers since moving on loan from the Championship club in January.
He’s made seven appearances since his move from London and scored once in the 2-1 loss against Hibernian.
Rangers have won the other five Premiership games that he’s played in and Murty has confirmed that he rates him as a vital – if underrated – cog in his side.
He’s not worried about the QPR stance, saying that these things are often “fluid” in football.
“Sean Goss is one of a number of players we are looking to bring in on a permanent deal,” Murty said in the Scottish Sun.
“Goss has made a really good start, and has shown he understands how we want to play and the demands of playing for Rangers at Ibrox. He looks quite comfortable doing that.
“QPR have said: ‘You’re not having him, keep your hands off’. But football situations like that tend to be quite fluid.”
Goss’ next chance to impress comes tonight as Rangers travel to St Johnstone.
Murty’s men will be looking for revenge after losing 3-1 to St Johnstone back in December.
A win tonight would cut the gap at the top of the Premiership to just six points, with rivals Celtic playing tomorrow night.
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