Rangers striker Alfredo Morelos has once again hinted he would be interested in a move to the Premier League. The 23-year-old has been called up by Colombia for their friendlies against Chile and Algeria this week and speaking on international duty, the forward thanked manager Steven Gerrard for helping him but suggested he would be open to a switch to England:
“I’ve spoken a lot to Steven Gerrard this season. It’s thanks to him that I am here. He’s just a good man-manager and a great coach. Things have gone really well for me at Rangers this season. I’ve scored in just about every game for them.”
“It’s not a secret that I admire the English Premier League. I have to keep scoring goals for Rangers if I am ever to get a chance of moving to a club there.”
Aston Villa have been reported as being interested in the Colombian in recent days, but despite having been linked with numerous clubs over the past year, the forward has remained at Ibrox.
Morelos has scored 14 goals in 19 appearances for the Gers this season, and he seems to have sorted out his disciplinary record as well, having picked up just four bookings and no red cards so far.
He will be hoping to make an impact whilst away with Colombia before returning to spearhead Rangers’ attack when they face Hearts on Sunday week.