The Daily Record reports that Rangers have taken young midfielder Sean Goss on loan from QPR until the end of the season. The German-born footballer is the first Rangers’ signing in January transfer window.
The 22-year-old arrived at QPR last January from Manchester United for a fee of £500,000 but failed to make a mark. Goss had been struggling a lot to find time on the pitch and was able to make only six games in the last twelve months.
On the other hand, Rangers manager Graeme Murty will be delighted with his first January signing because the Gers desperately need some energy in the midfield area and Goss is a versatile player that can operate in the central park as well on the left flank and at the centre-back position.
The move to Rangers should be an ideal chance for the young footballer to revive his career. The Gers will be active in the January transfer market, and Gross is only the first of many signings expected for the coming period.