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Rangers: Alan Hutton gives Aaron Ramsey transfer verdict

A concerning Rangers transfer verdict has emerged regarding the January signing of Aaron Ramsey…

What’s the talk?

Former Gers defender Alan Hutton has suggested that the midfielder may have his eye on joining another club at the end of the season, casting doubts over a permanent Ibrox deal.

The 37-year-old told Football Insider:

“It ticks all the boxes at the moment as Rangers are only paying a portion of his wages. Ramsey can come in, get the football he needs to get firing again and get back into that Wales squad. He’ll then see where it takes him in the summer.

“If he sets the league alight and has an incredible rest of the season, then maybe he’ll look to move on somewhere else. Rangers will be looking for an incredible deal, but it’s all going to come down to figures.

“What he’s on now is way outside the ballpark, so unless there’s a deal to be done – you really can’t see it happening in the summer. We’ll have to wait and see.”

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Gutted

Rangers fans will surely be gutted by this verdict, as it suggests that there is only a slim chance of Ramsey signing on a permanent basis in the summer.

He is currently on loan until the end of the season and Hutton has claimed that the Welshman will be playing for his future at another club, rather than at Ibrox.

Whilst there is nothing wrong with Ramsey’s motivations as he may have the ambition to play in one of Europe’s top leagues again before he retires, this claim will still frustrate Gers supporters who are hoping to see him as a full-time member of the squad. He could be a fantastic player for the Light Blues, and keeping him beyond the summer would be a major boost to Giovanni van Bronckhorst’s squad.

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The Wales international has one assist in three games for Rangers so far, setting up Filip Helander for a headed goal against Annan Athletic in the Scottish Cup.

However, he has only played 29 minutes, across two games, in the Premiership as he builds up his match fitness, and he is yet to showcase his quality at league level.

His career record suggests that he will be able to make a big impact when he is up to speed. He produced 65 goals and 65 assists in 371 matches for Arsenal and then managed six goals and six assists in 70 matches for Juventus.

This shows that he can regularly deliver with goal contributions from midfield, and it could get Gers fans excited about what he could do for their team in the coming months, even if a deal beyond the summer seems unlikely.

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