Glasgow giants Rangers are not yet thought to have made a final decision on the future of loan star Sean Goss according to the Daily Record.

The 22-year-old German midfielder joined The Gers in January on a loan deal until the end of the season from Sky Bet Championship club Queens Park Rangers.

Goss’ long term future at Loftus Road is currently in doubt with the player having struggled to impress, although The Hoops manager Ian Holloway has since left the club and QPR now are searching for a replacement.

Rangers were previously thought to be keen to sign the youngster on a permanent basis but with The Gers having changed their manager themselves, the possibility of Goss either extending his loan stay at Ibrox or joining the club on a permanent basis is now unknown.

Goss was recalled to the Rangers starting XI for Sunday’s fascinating 5-5 draw with Hibernian at Easter Road after having to be content with playing a regular role as a substitute in recent weeks. It has now been reported that the former Scottish Premiership champions are yet to make a decision on the midfielder’s future.

The player joined parent club QPR from Manchester United in January 2017 but Goss has featured just six times for The R’s with all of those outings coming last term.

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