Rangers first teamer has reported PL giants transfer clause, deal might not be ridiculous
Rangers first teamer Sean Goss has been a revelation since arriving at Ibrox on loan in January – but any move to land the German-born star on a permanent deal could potentially be hijacked by Premier League giants Manchester United.
Goss moved to Ibrox from QPR last month with fans and manager Graeme Murty wanting to make the switch permanent but – after moving from United to QPR in early 2017 – the Old Trafford giants are reported to have a buy-back clause in the classy midfielder’s contract.
As good as Goss has been at Ibrox, he’s unlikely to be top of Jose Mourinho’s shopping list in the summer but with the Man United boss regularly using youngster Scott McTominay in central midfield, a move for Goss might not be that ridiculous.
When the 22-year-old left Old Trafford 13 months ago, it was reported by the Daily Mirror at the time that United had been reluctant to let the player move on and had “insisted” on a buy-back clause being put into the deal.
United’s midfield is almost certain to look remarkably different next season with Michael Carrick and Marouane Fellaini expected to leave and it could open the door for a remarkable Old Trafford return for the midfielder.
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Whether it is Rangers or Manchester United, QPR are unlikely to want to let the player go after his performances in Scotland but if United do look to bring Goss back to Old Trafford it could spell the end of the Gers’ hopes of landing him permanently.