Rangers signed more than a few loan players in January, and the jury is still out on if most of the players will be back at the club on a permanent deal next season.
One player who seems highly unlikely to return is 22-year-old midfielder Sean Goss, who started off his time with the Gers in excellent form, and looked certain to be signed on a permanent deal from QPR.
But he hasn’t been the same after an awful performance against Celtic, which saw him replaced in the second-half of the 3-2 loss in March, where he was unable to stop the Hoops midfield from controlling the game with 10 men.
Since then he has been in and out of the team, he started the last three league games but was replaced after only 28 minutes of the 5-5 draw with Hibernian after a very poor performance.
That could be an ignominious way to say goodbye, but it was perhaps too much to ask for that a player who doesn’t get into the QPR side could all of sudden be the man to turn around the Gers season.
It also doesn’t help Goss that 20-year-old Ross McCrorie has looked far better in the same position as Goss, and he has established himself as a Gers player for many years to come.
Mark Allen has revealed, as reported by the Daily Record, that the Gers have yet to come to a decision on Goss’ future, but the chances of him returning next season seem very slim.
In other Rangers news, Gary McAllister has admitted that he and Steven Gerrard have a tough job