Stevie G accuses Morelos & camp of Rangers transfer ‘noise’

Stevie G accuses Morelos & camp of Rangers transfer ‘noise’
GLASGOW, SCOTLAND - SEPTEMBER 16: Alfredo Morelos of Rangers is seen during the UEFA Europa League group A match between Rangers FC and Olympique Lyon at Ibrox Stadium on September 16, 2021 in Glasgow, Scotland. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

To expand on our earlier story about Morelos being offered a new deal, Steven Gerrard has accused he and his camp of lots of ‘noise’ over his future and has stated none of it has come from Rangers.

As we know Morelos was heavily linked to Porto in the summer, with close friend Daniel Candeias bigging him up for a move to Portugal, confirming the striker wanted the switch, but it didn’t happen and Morelos stayed.

Well, the Colombian has been gently scolded today by his manager who was pretty strong in his wording about the transfer hype he and his people have caused:

“I think Alfredo will make his decisions, I think he made it clear where he wants to be long term but the reality is he’s got to perform at a level here for people to show interest in him. But in terms of decisions and where he will be in the long term it will be down to him and his representation rather than us because we’ve always shown that we want to keep the player, the fans have shown they want to keep the player so all the noise around Alfredo comes from him and his people rather than us.”

This is very strong wording – all the noise over Morelos comes from him and his camp – simple as that.

All that you’ve seen, on Ibrox Noise especially, pertaining to Morelos’ future, has been correct, but none of it has been sourced directly from the club but has been initiated by the Colombian and his entourage.

Gerrard also confirms Morelos in fact still wants to play in the PL, and the only way he’ll do that is with performances, which right now he’s not doing.

The new deal to the player is a bit of a ‘put up or shut up’ kind of offer, at least that’s how it looks, and Morelos himself seems to know interest in him has weaned along with his form and that may explain the intriguing quotes about remaining at Ibrox long term.

Gerrard hasn’t been mincing his words lately, and this is very telling.

Your move Alfie.

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