Rangers are set to sign QPR defender Sean Goss on loan until the end of the season, according to a report.
The Daily Mail claimed on their live transfer blog on Wednesday [01:20PM] that Goss, 22, has travelled to Scotland and will undergo a medical ahead of joining the Light Blues for the second half of the campaign.
The Scottish Sun has previously reported that Goss was on the verge of signing for the Scottish Premiership side after he was made available to leave Loftus Road by QPR manager Ian Holloway, however in a major update given by the Mail, it now seems that his stay in Glasgow will only be temporary.
German-born Goss signed for the London club from Manchester United last January but has since only made six appearances in all competitions for the first-team.
The 22-year-old can play as a left-back or centre-back, so his versatility may come in handy to Graeme Murty, whose squad which is currently struggling with injuries.
Football Insider verdict
Rangers have Danny Wilson, Bruno Alves and Fabio Cardoso on their books – and Goss does not appear to be any better than them. The former Manchester United defender has very limited experience in senior football and will be a major risk to sign by Mark Allen and Murty. Players have left Rangers in the last year to become key performers at Championship clubs, so for the Gers to sign a reserve team player from England’s second-tier makes no sense. Goss’ versatility may come in handy, but overall he is short of the required quality.
In other Rangers news, the Gers have held talks with the agent of this South American defender.
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