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‘Plays For The Badge’ ‘Definitely Keep’ Rangers Fans On Twitter Debate Wide Man’s Future After He Declares He’s Desperate To Stay

Rangers winger Daniel Candeias says he is happy to stay at Ibrox and help the Scottish club win titles.

The Portuguese midfielder played 52 games in all competitions last season, and the 31-year-old has declared he has no intention of leaving Scotland:

“Playing in Spain was fantastic but Turkey and Scotland was where I felt happiest and now playing in the Rangers with those fans is a fantastic thing. What an environment.”

“Individually I think it was another good season without injuries and 52 games. I’m pleased, we can always do more, but overall I’m happy. I always have to do better than the previous season.”

“It’s about winning titles because a club like Rangers lives with it and those fans deserve it for the support they always give. That is my main goal, to help the club.”

Candeias has just one year left on his contract at Rangers, and fans on Twitter have been debating whether the club should keep hold of him for longer:

The wide man was used consistently by Steven Gerrard during the manager’s first year in charge, scoring five goals and making 12 assists last campaign.

However, Candeias did find himself out of the starting line up in the final weeks of the season due to a change of formation.

The winger started just two games after the split, but in one of those matches, he provided two assists in the 3-1 away win against Hearts back in April.

Candeias has been a useful addition to the squad since being signed by Pedro Caixinha for £700,000 in July 2017, having made 97 appearances for the Gers.

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