Rangers striker Alfredo Morelos says he will sort his future at Ibrox in the coming days, after a summer of intense speculation about a move away.
The striker was once again the subject of numerous transfer links this summer after another impressive season with Rangers last year.
The Colombian managed 29 goals and ten assists in 47 games in all competitions last season which, coupled with his five goals and three assists this season, means he has managed 82 goals and 32 assists in 148 games for the club.
That kind of form has seemingly earned him admiring glances from around Europe, with clubs in England, Italy and France all having been linked with making a move.
Ultimately one never came off, and he stayed at Rangers, but according to him, that does not mean his future there is certain.
“I have to keep scoring goals and do things well,” Antena 2 report him saying at a press conference today.
“I am happy for this beautiful opportunity to be in the National Team. I will decide what will happen in the future in Rangers in the next few days.
“I have been consistent with Rangers, I have scored several goals, and I want to make a difference, do things well here in the National Team.”
Quite what that means is anyone’s guess, but it seems any suggestion that Morelos’ immediate future has been determined is wide of the mark.
If a transfer is on the cards, Morelos’ options will be limited now, given most transfer windows around the world closed on Monday.
The obvious answer is that he’s hinting at a January move, or perhaps more positively for Rangers, planning a new deal, although the latter seems unlikely given he already has three years left at Ibrox.