Rangers star opens up on his future as he discusses 'opportunities' to move on
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Rangers star opens up on his future as he discusses 'opportunities' to move on

Rangers star Alfredo Morelos has admitted that he will move to the Premier League if the opportunity presents itself – and the Colombian thinks winning the title and continued progress in the Europa League will help fulfil his “dream.”

Morelos has been at Ibrox for just shy of four years and the Gers talisman has left an indelible mark at the club after overtaking Ally McCoist as the all-time record goalscorer in Europe for the Light Blues.

Morelos celebrates after scoring against Livingston (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

With speculation over his future constantly following Morelos, El Bufalo confirmed there are “opportunities now” as he hinted at an impending Ibrox exit.

“There were many difficulties with Rangers about my departure because proposals came in and the club asked for more money,” Morelos said [Caracol Radio].

“Then the transfer market closed and I spoke with the manager and said that I was going to focus on the team. The situation got back to normal and I started to raise the level of my game.

“There are opportunities now for me because I have won the league in Scotland and we are still in the Europa League.

“If we get through to the next round, we will have the opportunity to play against some very big teams and they will be watching me.

“One of my big dreams is to play in the English Premier League. It is one of the best leagues in the world and there are a lot of important players and important teams.

“So if the opportunity presents itself in my career, I am going to take it.

“It’s a style of football very similar to Scottish football and I would enjoy it.”

Morelos has been linked with a host of clubs across Europe since his move to Ibrox and it seems inevitable that he will move on sooner rather than later.

Morelos during the UEFA Europa League, last 16, first Leg football match Slavia Prague v Rangers  (Photo by MILAN KAMMERMAYER/AFP via Getty Images)

After four fantastic seasons, he’ll almost certainly move with everyone’s best wishes after helping re-establish Rangers as the top team in Scottish football.

Rangers have upstaged rivals Celtic with their response to the ongoing Old Firm fixture furore after Gers supporters took to the streets in celebration last weekend.