Aaron Ramsey has confirmed his Rangers exit after his loan spell at Ibrox, thanking the fans and club for their support during his time and hailing the “most passionate” fans he’s played in front of.
Ramsey’s time at Ibrox was blighted by injuries with the Welshman unable to really show what he is capable of in his limited appearances.
“To the blue sea of Ibrox- I want to thank you all for your overwhelming support through the highs and lows,” Ramsey wrote on Instagram.
“You are some of the most passionate fans I have ever had the pleasure of meeting and playing for. Once a Ranger always a Ranger.”
The Welshman had previously said thank you to the club for an “incredible” few months and getting the chance to be part of the Gers’ “rich history.”
“A nice way to finish the season, especially after the big disappointment Wednesday. Thank you to everyone for making me feel so welcome. It’s been an incredible few months and I’m proud to be a small part of this club’s rich history. Thank you Rangers.”
Aaron Ramsey signing a failure – but blame not all with the player
Signing Ramsey was a gamble worth taking but as he heads back to Juve, it’s hard to sum his time up here as anything other than a failure.
While much of it isn’t down to the player, it’ll be interesting to see whether Rangers are a bit gun-shy in the future if similar opportunities arise.
That said, had that penalty gone in against Frankfurt, things might have been looked at a bit differently.