Rangers coach Steven Gerrard has answered questions about Alfredo Morelos’ future amid ties with FC Porto this summer.
Gaffer Ibrox put on a frustrated figure when he pressed all those reports by Air sports at the club’s training center and hinted that he knew where the constant transfer coverage came from.
🗣 “You learn more about Alfredo [Morelos] in terms of who he’s bonded with, rather than what he does on the football field. It gets a little tiring this question. “
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It is getting “tiring” in Gerrard’s own words and the manager was in good spirits when asked about the player’s future ahead of the new season.
Worryingly, the Ibrox blunderer also claimed the club were “not sure” when Morelos should show up for preseason training after a summer at the Copa America with Colombia.
“I don’t know (if Morelos will be with Rangers next season). I can’t answer for you, said Gerrard.
“I get asked this question every window and every few weeks because you learn more about Alfredo in terms of who he’s bonded with or where he’s possibly going to go rather than talking about what he’s doing on a lot.” of soccer.
“It’s getting a bit tiring this question. For me, we want the best version of Alfredo, that’s all we asked for. The manager, the players, the fans, that’s all we ask.
“I read a lot of things around Alfredo. I know where it came from but I don’t know what will happen to it.
“He has to come back at some point, we don’t know when but I hope he arrives when he’s ready.
“I am not frustrated, I am very happy. We have just finished a fantastic season and I am so excited for the next season. “
There have been a lot of mixed reports regarding Alfredo Morelos’ future, with FC Porto being the name most linked to the player.
These are the latest in a long line of reports linking Alfie to the exit door and manager Gerrard is clearly disturbed by the ongoing discussions on paper.
As to who is pushing all the reports, and while we don’t have any inside information, Gerrard certainly could have aimed at player representation.
Either way, Gerrard’s comments won’t inspire confidence in Ibrox’s support as Alfie, 25, will still be there next season, but it’s clear the club don’t want to lose their best players. .
Reports claiming that Morelos is anxious to leave Ibrox have also been dismissed in the press as transfer speculation continues.
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