Rangers senior man: I'll hold talks with PL club in the summer (not Hyndman)
By Harvey Byrne
Rangers loanee Jon Toral has told that he will return to parent club Arsenal in the summer and then hold talks with the club about where his future lies.
The 22-year-old midfielder joined the Ibrox giants on loan in January with much hype surrounding his signing after cutting short his stay in Spain with Granada.
He has so far had an up and down career in Glasgow, adapting to a new more reserved role in the midfield, but under March appointment Pedro Caixinha his form has considerably risen.
But, he will soon be departing the Rangers team when his loan expires at the end of the season and with a year left on his contract at Arsenal he has told he is not yet sure where his future lies.
“I have another season left at Arsenal so I will go back and it will depend on where they see me, in terms of whether they see me ready for the first team or if they see me doing better with another loan,” told Toral, as quoted by the official Rangers website.
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“I have to see if they want to give me another contract, so I will wait and talk to them and then we will go from there.
“I think I’m going back having improved, I try to learn from every season and every loan that I have and I think I have done that here so I am very grateful to the club and the staff.”
Toral has never played for the Arsenal senior team, but he is going back with at least 12 Rangers games under his belt now, which has seen him return two goals and three assists.
It is also likely that fellow loanee Emerson Hyndman will be heading back to Bournemouth at the end of the season and Eddie Howe has recently given his praise for the young American.