Rangers: Player hints at exit via Instagram

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Rangers defender Connor Goldson’s contract is set to expire at the end of the season – and may have hinted that he will leave the club in his recent post on Instagram.

Goldson has been a mainstay in the Rangers side since he signed from Brighton & Hove Albion in 2018, making 223 appearances in all competitions across the four seasons that he has been at the club, including 123 appearances in the Scottish Premiership.

The English defender’s contract expired at the end of May, and there have been no reports from the club that he is going to sign a new deal, so his future is currently up in the air and he is set to become a free agent.

Goldson took to Instagram to send a message to the Rangers faithful, but the caption of his post could arguably be seen as a farewell message and a nod to him potentially departing the club in the summer.

He wrote: “60-game season full of highs and lows and ending it with silverware. Days and nights that will stay with me forever.”

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TIF Thoughts on Goldson…

Goldson has been at the forefront of the stats for Rangers this season in the Scottish Premiership. He had the highest amount of accurate passes per game (62.1), the most clearances per game (3.4) and the highest amount of accurate long balls per game (5.1), as per SofaScore.

If Goldson was to leave Rangers on a free transfer at the end of the season, it would be a huge loss for Giovanni van Bronckhorst, not only because they would be potentially losing out on a significant fee for him, but because of how dominant he has been at the back for his side this campaign.

Rangers came so close to being victorious in the Europa League this season, and if they want to replicate their European success next term, as well as compete in the league, the Dutch manager will have to look to invest heavily in a central defender to fill the boots of Goldson should he choose to end his time at Ibrox.

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