New Rangers signing reveals best attribute, fans will be excited
By Harvey Byrne
New Rangers full-back signing Declan John has revealed attacking the opposition to be his best attribute.
The 22-year-old left-back completed a deadline day switch to the Gers on Thursday in a loan deal until the end of the season from English Championship side Cardiff.
The young promising full-back joins after having failed to make any of the Welsh side’s first team squads this season.
However, he has told Rangers fans that he loves to get forward and deliver crosses into the box and if he manages to deliver assists and goals for the club then he will surely become a regular fitting in Pedro Caixinha’s first team.
“From the games I’ve seen, it’s quite intense and quite lively in Scotland. I think I have just got to stick to what I know and what I’m good at, and hopefully I can do well,” told John, as quoted by the official Rangers website.
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“First and foremost, I like to go forward and I think that’s my best attribute. I like to get crosses into the box and hopefully set up a few goals if not scoring myself.”
Fans will certainly be excited by John revealing attacking to be his best attribute with supporters going to football to be entertained, which is certainly what goals and assists bring.
Rangers already have the very attacking James Tavernier on the right flank and if John can add to that then the Gers could scare the opposition with two flyers out wide.
John himself has already played twice for the Wales national team, while 20 of his 52 appearances for Cardiff have come in the Premier League.
In other Rangers news, Gers fans raged at the club allowing Joe Dodoo to leave.