Rangers youngster Kane Ritchie-Hosler has claimed that he’s better off at Rangers than he is at the likes Premier League giant Manchester City.

The talented Rangers youth was one of four exciting new signings the Academy officially announced in September [Rangers] and joined from the English Premier League champions.

Alongside Umaro Balde, Lewis McKinnon and Ross McCausland, Hosler is looking to stake a claim for a place at Ibrox. Something which is much more unrealistic at Manchester City.

Answering the questions of supporters via the Rangers Youth Development Company’s Twitter account, Ritchie-Hosler explained that youth players stand a better chance to develop up north.

“Rangers is a massive club to be joining and there is a good chance of youth players progressing here compared to England,” said the 17-year-old youngster.

The talented winger has started his Rangers career very brightly since arriving from Manchester City, even netting a brace on his debut for the Rangers youth development side.

Richie-Hosler bagged a double as Rangers ran out 6-1 winners over Partick Thistle in early July [RFC Youth Updates].

Steven Gerrard has already proven he isn’t afraid to give youngsters a chance at Ibrox. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

Ritchie-Hosler joins the Rangers Academy during a very exciting time for youth talent at the football club.

The Ibrox side are preparing to make their first-ever appearance in the UEFA Youth League after winning the club’s development side won the U18s league last season.

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