Rangers striker Alfredo Morelos has insisted he will push for a move to the Premier League this summer if one is presented to him.
Morelos has long been linked with a move to England after shining for several seasons in Scotland since arriving from Helsinki in 2017.
A tally of ten goals and four assists in 24 league games this season has seen him playing a key role in Rangers title success this year and raise his numbers at the club to 92 goals and 42 assists in 174 appearances.
Those are figures that have not gone unnoticed south of the border, with Morelos having been linked with a move to the Premier League in several successive transfer windows.
It’s felt that those links will emerge again this season, with it recently claimed in Colombia that ‘everything indicates’ the striker will be leaving Steven Gerrard’s side this summer.
He’s now added fuel to the speculation fire by insisting it his dream to play in England’s top flight at some point.
“There were many difficulties with Rangers due to the issue of my departure because proposals came in, and the club asked for more money,” he told El Vbar on Caracol Radio.
“Then, the transfer market closed, and I spoke with the coach and said that I was going to focus on the team; the situation normalised, and I started to raise my level.
“I am a player of opportunities. Now I am Scottish champion, and we must continue working with important things such as the Europa League.
“If we go to the next round, we will have the opportunity to play with very big teams, and they will be watching me.
“One of my big dreams is the Premier League. It is one of the best leagues in the world; there are many important players and important teams.
“If the opportunity presents itself on my way, I am going to take it in the best way. It is a football very similar to Scottish football, and I would like it very much.”