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26-year-old hints at playing for Rangers next season

With the Rangers fans in the Transfer Tavern not expecting Pedro Caixinha to stick around for long after yet another big defeat, talk has turned to the type of players who can improve the current squad on show at Ibrox. 

Indeed, most of the signings made by the Portuguese over the course of the summer have failed to convince the Gers in our bar and many of them believe some of the players he’s used very little could have done a much better job instead. So, imagine just how frustrating reports from the Scottish Sun have proven amongst our local Light Blues.

They’ve sourced quotes from Rangers’ loanee Harry Forrester in regards to his future in Glasgow. Farmed out to Wimbledon for the campaign after falling out of favour with Caixinha. He’s got two years left on his deal with the club he joined from Doncaster Rovers last year and hasn’t ruled out a return.

”I’d love there to be, but for the moment my sights are firmly set on Wimbledon”, he said.

“Rangers are a massive club, it’s an honour to play for a club that big.”

“Things change and new people come in. Opinions are opinions, that’s the way football is.

“I didn’t want to leave permanently and you never know what happens in football.

“I’ve come here to work and to play and I’ll give 110 per cent, that a given, and we’ll see where we are at the end of the season.”

Landlord’s Verdict: 

While Forrester may not have set the world alight during his year with Rangers, would he really be any worse than the likes of Carlos Pena? Clearly, he wants to play for the club and understands what it means, so it’s all the more frustrating for supporters.

Thoughts? 

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