Rangers News: Alfredo Morelos sheds light on his Ibrox future amidst transfer links

Rangers News: Rangers striker Alfredo Morelos has lifted the lid on his Glasgow future. (h/t The Scottish Sun)

The Colombian striker has been a revelation for the Gers this season with an impressive 29- goal tally.

Alfredo Morelos

Owing to his incredible run of form, the former HJK player emerged as the transfer target for many clubs namely Eintracht Frankfurt, Leicester City and Marseille.

Now, the 22-year-old has revealed about his transfer links. (h/t The Scottish Sun)

“I know that there are many interesting clubs asking and as soon as there is something official I will be announcing it.

Earlier this year, the former HJK player penned a contract extension that will keep him at for five more years.

And the striker also revealed his ambition to play at very competitive leagues.

“I dream of playing in a much better, more competitive league.

“I look at the English Premier League and the Spanish League. The leagues in France and Italy are very big leagues too and very competitive.

The Spanish club Real Betis is also keeping an eye on Morelos.

The Gers strike earned his national call-up for the friendlies against Japan and South Korea, for which he received praises from his team-mates and fans.

On the downside, Morelos was highly criticized for his on-field misconduct, which led him to receive multiple red cards and suspension spells.

He has accumulated a total of 5 red cards and two ban spells, forcing him to miss out on crucial games.

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Morelos is also dreaming of a place in the forthcoming Copa America edition.

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