‘Rangers will sign him’ – Journalist predicts permanent move for ‘Terrific’ ace

‘Rangers will sign him’ – Journalist predicts permanent move for ‘Terrific’ ace

After a “terrific” start to his time with the team, Oscar Cortes, an on-loan winger, will eventually join Rangers permanently,

according to Jonny McFarlane.

'Rangers will sign him' - Journalist predicts permanent move for 'Terrific' ace
‘Rangers will sign him’ – Journalist predicts permanent move for ‘Terrific’ ace

On February 14, the journalist stated on the Rangers Review Morning Briefing that he believes the Colombian will develop into a

“right good player” at Ibrox and that, should his temporary contract expire, the club will probably keep him in Scotland.

The 20-year-old Cortes impressed during his maiden Light Blues appearance in the 2-0 Scottish Cup victory against Ayr United on February 10.

If the option in his loan arrangement is really exercised, he is expected to have a long-term contract waiting for him.

“Cortes, I thought was terrific the other night; he’s been really good since he signed,” McFarlane added (15m).

Even though he’s only had roughly 120 minutes, it’s not really enough to form a firm opinion, but I truly enjoy his work rate.

His tenacity in hitting the byline truly appeals to me.

“I believe he will be an extremely talented player.” I believe the Rangers will sign him.

Cortes anticipated to relocate the Rangers permanently

Based on preliminary data, it appears that the Gers won’t be let down by this loan arrangement, unlike what happened to Malik Tillman,

and Abdallah Sima still poses a threat.

The latter’s demise in January due to the most recent long-term Rangers ailment dealt a serious blow to the team’s chances

of winning more Viaplay Cups this year.

However, Philippe Clement has made a good start, since it appears that he has recognized Cortes as a key component of the

backup plan in the event that the Brighton loanee is unavailable.

Although there have only been two substitute appearances in the SPFL and one start in the cup against lower league opponents,

three victories and a first assist over the weekend, coupled with the player appearing to be a surefire offensive weapon,

have swiftly boosted expectations.

Naturally, he will need to improve on that for the remainder of the season, but unless his Ibrox debut proves to be a total fluke,

it appears probable that he will stick with the Clement team in the long run.

In other Rangers news, Michael Stewart has endorsed an Ibrox talent he deems to be “commanding.”

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