Rival Premiership club Motherwell have signed former Rangers midfielder Sean Goss on a two-year deal.

Goss had been a free agent after being released by EFL League One side Shrewsbury Town but has now returned to the Scottish top-flight, where he previously spent time on loan with both the Gers and St Johnstone from QPR.

Former Rangers and QPR midfielder Goss has signed for rival Premiership club Motherwell. (Photo by Ian Horrocks/Getty Images)

Goss made 15 appearances across all competitions for the Light Blues in 2018, scoring twice and notching two assists.

Motherwell announced his capture on Thursday evening, and manager Graham Alexander was left elated by the deal.

“Sean is a player I’ve been interested in for a while now, and I’m delighted to bring him in to strengthen our midfield options,” he said [Motherwellfc.co.uk].

“I believe he has great untapped potential to be a top player with the ability he has, while we can help him improve the things he needs to.

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“He also has previous experience of Scottish football and we look forward to working with him.”


Goss didn’t set the world alight during his time at Ibrox but he looks a decent signing for Motherwell after two productive seasons with Shrewsbury and he should be entering the prime of his career.

The left-footed midfielder will be hoping to break into the Well starting XI as soon as possible and he could return to Ibrox for a Premiership fixture against the Gers on flag day, which is set to take place on the weekend of 18/19 September.

In other news, the reigning champions of a European league are reportedly considering a temporary move for a current Rangers player.

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