Barry Ferguson has advice for Rangers January signing Sean Goss

A general view of Ibrox Stadium is seen ahead of the EURO 2016 Qualifier match between Scotland and Georgia at Ibrox Stadium on October 11, 2014 in Glasgow, Scotland.

Graeme Murty’s Glasgow Rangers have brought Sean Goss to Ibrox from Queens Park Rangers.

Blackpool manager Barry Ferguson during the Sky Bet Championship match between Queens Park Rangers and Blackpool at Loftus Road on March 29, 2014 in London, England.

Barry Ferguson has written in The Daily Record that new Rangers signing Sean Goss is in for a culture shock at Ibrox.

Rangers have signed 22-year-old midfielder Goss on loan from Queens Park Rangers in the Championship in England in the January transfer window.

The former Manchester United prospect will remain at Ibrox for the rest of the season.

Goss is a talented and promising young player, and the 22-year-old has arrived at Rangers with a strong reputation.

Former Rangers midfielder Ferguson has stated that Goss is in for a culture shock at Ibrox even though he has been at European giants United before.

Blackpool manager Barry Ferguson during the Sky Bet Championship match between Queens Park Rangers and Blackpool at Loftus Road on March 29, 2014 in London, England.

Ferguson wrote in The Daily Record: “There's no doubt Rangers recruit Sean Goss has had the best possible grounding in the game coming through the ranks at Manchester United.

“But I would have one word of advice for the new lad at Ibrox. You are in for a culture shock. I read Record Sport with interest the other day where Goss was saying his time working with the likes of Paul Scholes, Michael Carrick and Bastian Schweinsteiger will help him be a hit at Rangers.

“There’s absolutely no doubt those guys are different class players and he will have learned tons just by being around them every day. But there’s a world of difference from the training ground to the heat of the battle at Ibrox.”

Barry Ferguson of Rangers celebrates winning the Scottish Premier League trophy after the Scottish Premier League match between Dundee United and Rangers at Tanadice Park on May 24, 2009...

Goss has struggled to play regularly for QPR, and the youngster will hope that he gets to show what he is capable of at Rangers.

Rangers have a strong and competitive squad, but the 22-year-old does possess the talent and the calibre to make an impact.

The Gers are unlikely to win the Scottish Premiership title this season, but Graeme Murty’s side are very much in the running for the runners-up spot.

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