Rangers sources: Alfredo Morelos ‘agrees’ precontract with Sevilla

Rangers sources: Alfredo Morelos ‘agrees’ precontract with Sevilla
GLASGOW, SCOTLAND - SEPTEMBER 14: Rangers player Alfredo Morelos reacts after receiving a yellow card during the UEFA Champions League group A match between Rangers FC and SSC Napoli at Ibrox Stadium on September 14, 2022 in Glasgow, Scotland. (Photo by Stu Forster/Getty Images)

Alfredo Morelos, following a long and arduous death cry to his Rangers career, has reportedly agreed a precontract with a European side, with sources telling us it’s Sevilla.

The current number 9 (actual shirt number 20) at Ibrox has had a pretty lousy time of it since recovering from injury, rarely to never showing his old form, and frequently lacking the desire either, and this has led to natural conclusions he’s not going to sign a new deal and will move on this summer.

The Colombian is said to have come to agreement with the Spanish giants, albeit we’ve not had any word yet on a signature, but frankly he’s an absolutely done player with Rangers.

Without the signature with the LaLiga giants, it’s not yet confirmed, so this information is subject to change, but we hope the boy puts his signature down as soon as possible because we are absolutely finished with his strops and rubbish performances.

He didn’t endear himself any further to fans recently when petulantly kicking out after being subbed, and it’s not exactly new for him to behave in this selfish and immature way.

Even last night, Morelos specifically ignored Colak as the Croat tried to embrace him during the substitution, showing the former HJK man is not only a spent force, but completely disinterested and in a bit of a huff.

Hopefully this precontract to Sevilla (or anyone else) will be confirmed before too long, because we’re sick and tired of Alfredo Morelos and the circus that has always surrounded him.

Briefly, around 2019 Morelos’ form in Europe was outstanding as he topped the scoring charts in the group stage of the Europa League. But this is only the Europa League, it’s the lesser cup and always will be. The standard in this competition is much lower, and being top scorer in the group stage isn’t that big an achievement. If you do stuff like that in the Champions League, that’s a different story.

But UEL is probably where Rangers are, and should aim for that next season.

But we digress. If he is to leave, he will leave with our enthusiastic waving, because we couldn’t be more finished with Alfie if we tried.

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