Young Queens Park Rangers midfielder Sean Goss has joined Scottish Premiership club Rangers on a loan deal for the remainder of the season according to the Daily Record.

The 22-year-old German midfielder has played a bit part role for The R’s since moving to Loftus Road last year and the player will now look to gain some vital first team playing experience during his loan spell north of the border with Rangers.

Goss is The Gers manager Graeme Murty’s first signing. The youngster is most comfortable playing on the left or in the centre of midfield but is adaptable and can also operate in a more defensive role.

The player is a product of the Manchester United academy system with Goss joining The Red Devils from Exeter City as a teenager. The German never made a first team appearance for United and he joined QPR 12 months ago in a deal reportedly initially worth around £500,000.

Goss made six appearances for The R’s last season however the player has failed to impress manager Ian Holloway this term and has not been given a single first team outing for the club.

The youngster has a further two-and-a-half years remaining on his current deal at Loftus Road however should Goss have an impressive stint with loan club Rangers, a permanent move to Ibrox is not completely out of the question.


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