Rangers round-up: Morelos exit hint, injury update and Shankland wants Ibrox move
Morelos admits Premier League dream
Alfredo Morelos has admitted that he would love to move to the Premier League.
The 22-year-old has scored three goals in two matches since returning from suspension, taking his tally to 20 in 34 for the season.
But he expects bids for his services in January and has talked up a move to England.
As reported by The Daily Record, the Colombia international said: “It’s very likely there are several teams looking at me and that there will be offers, but there is nothing concrete yet.
“My dream is to play in the English Premier League. It’s very similar to the football in Scotland.”
Gerrard issues injury update
Steven Gerrard is sweating on the fitness of five players ahead of the Old Firm clash with Celtic this Saturday, The Daily Record reports.
Gerrard will be considering his options with Ryan Kent, Connor Goldson, Scott Arfield, Gareth McAuley and Ryan Jack all doubtful.
Rangers trail bitter rivals Celtic by three points going into this derby clash.
Shankland talks up Rangers move
Rangers have been handed a boost in pursuit of Ayr United striker Lawrence Shankland.
In an interview with BBC show ‘Off The Ball‘, the 23-year-old admitted he would like to return to the club where he spent just less than a year as a schoolboy.
When asked whether he had unfinished business, Shankland said: “Hope so! I used to go and watch them when I was younger.
“It’s one of them ones: if it’s an option and you’re from Scotland, it’s one you can’t easily turn down.”
Shankland’s form has caught the eye this season as he has scored 28 goals in 25 games for the Scottish Championship side.
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