Wednesday, 3 May 2017

60-times capped international confirms desire to join Rangers

Ex-Rangers striker Kyle Lafferty has confirmed his desire to come back to Rangers, with the 29-year old forward recently freed by Norwich. The circumstances of his departure were disappointing, albeit not as controversial as the likes of Naismith and Whittaker, and the Northern Irish international is keen to amend the wrongs of the past. He said:

“The way I left was disappointing and I have thought about it over and over again and the situation a lot of players found themselves in. It was a difficult time and if I had the opportunity again I would stay and fight for the club and try to help them as much as possible. The longer you stay at a club like Rangers the better you adapt and although it didn’t end the way I would have liked, I still have a lot of great memories and I would like to go back and play for Rangers again one day.”

Lafferty is without a Club right now and Rangers fans are divided as to his possible return to Govan sometime soon, but of course with options like Joe Garner and Martyn Waghorn at Rangers’ disposal, arguably anything (within reason) is surely an upgrade.

Would Ibrox Noise readers like to see Lafferty return to Ibrox?

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