Rangers: Sean Goss says move to Ibrox from QPR is 'no-brainer'

Sean Goss leaving Ibrox
Sean Goss says he is relishing the challenge of playing for Rangers in Scotland's top flight

Midfielder Sean Goss says agreeing a loan move to Rangers until the end of the season was a "no-brainer".

The 22-year-old, who has joined from English Championship outfit Queens Park Rangers, is relishing the challenge.

"Rangers is a massive football club with a massive fan-base as well," Goss told Rangers TV.

"I know it's a tough league and there's a lot expected of the Rangers players. I want to challenge myself at a big club - I can't wait to get going."

The German moved to Loftus Road from Manchester United in January 2017 but has made only six appearances for the Championship club.

Ibrox is 'unbelievable'

He becomes the first signing under Graeme Murty since he was confirmed as manager until the end of the season

Goss, who can be deployed on the left side of midfield or defence, said: "Being out there seeing [Ibrox] stadium was unbelievable. So for me it was a no-brainer and I couldn't wait to get here.

"It's been frustrating for me personally the last year or so with game time, but I'm hoping to come here and do well for this club."

Rangers fly out to America on Friday for a winter training camp and to participate in the Florida Cup, an eight-team tournament that includes Brazilian sides Corinthians and Atletico Miniero.

Midfielder Andy Halliday will join the first-team squad on the trip, having cut short his loan spell at FC Gabala in Azerbaijan.

Rangers have also requested that Michael O'Halloran return following his short-term loan to St Johnstone.

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