Done deal: Rangers complete loan of QPR midfielder Sean Goss

Sean Goss leaves Ibrox after completing his move to Rangers. Picture: SNS
Sean Goss leaves Ibrox after completing his move to Rangers. Picture: SNS
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Rangers have completed the loan signing of QPR midfielder Sean Goss, the club have announced.

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The 22-year-old travelled to Scotland early today and became the Ibrox side’s first new addition of the January transfer window.

The midfielder is looking for regular first-team football having not featured for QPR side this season after moving from Manchester United in January last year for a fee of £500,000.

Goss was a product of Exeter City’s youth system before signing for the Old Trafford giants in 2012.

He’s played just six competitive games at senior level and is looking for a chance to play first-team football.

Goss operates either in the centre or at the base of the midfield, and can also cover at right-back.

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