Sean Goss to St Johnstone: Former Rangers midfielder joins Saints on loan until the summer
ST JOHNSTONE have confirmed the loan signing of former Rangers midfielder Sean Goss.
The 23-year-old returns to Scotland one year after signing for the Light Blues on a similar deal.
Goss is no stranger to Scottish football after a spell at RangersWillie Vass
Goss, who was on the books of English giants Manchester United, left Old Trafford in January 2017 to join QPR.
But with first-team opportunities few and far between at the English Championship side, he has returned north on a temporary deal until the summer.
On his latest recruit, Tommy Wright told the St Johnstone website: “We’re delighted to get Sean in.
“He’s a player with a good pedigree who has experience of playing in the league having had a spell with Rangers last season.
Wright has brought in the former Man Utd midfielder on loan from QPRWillie Vass
“He’s a player who is very comfortable on the ball and is a threat from set pieces.
“Our fans will remember – not too fondly – the free-kick he scored against us last season.
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“He’s got a great range of passing and a fantastic left foot, and he’s someone who is ready to go fitness wise having played 90 minutes just last week.
“I think it’ll add extra competition for places in the middle of the park but crucially I think he’ll add that little bit of extra quality that I think we need.”
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He added: “It’s up to me to find the right combination in there. Sean’s primarily a sitting midfielder but he can play higher up the pitch.
“His career has maybe not kicked on the way he’d have liked so I believe I’m getting a hungry player who has something to prove and we’ll give him that opportunity over the last few months of the season.”
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