Umar Sadiq comments on his Rangers future

15th September 2018, Ibrox Stadium, Glasgow, Scotland; Ladbrokes Premiership football, Rangers versus Dundee; General view of Ibrox Stadium, home of Rangers

Glasgow Rangers manager Steven Gerrard brought Umar Sadiq to Ibrox on loan this summer.

Max Power of Wigan Athletic vies with Umar Sadiq of Rangers during the Pre-Season Friendly match between Rangers and Wigan Athletic at Ibrox Stadium on July 29, 2018 in Glasgow, Scotland.Rangers striker Umar Sadiq against Max Power

Rangers striker Umar Sadiq has suggested that he is not thinking about leaving Ibrox, as quoted in All Nigeria Soccer.

Ibrox club Rangers signed Sadiq on a season-long loan deal from AS Roma in the summer transfer window.

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The 21-year-old striker has struggled to make an impact at Ibrox so far this season and is struggling to get into manager Steven Gerrard’s team.

The Nigeria Under-23 international, though, has stated that he is not planning about leaving Rangers anytime soon.

All Nigeria Soccer quotes Sadiq as saying about his future: "It's too soon to talk about movements.

“I am here to play football and I know it won't be easy. It’s a privilege to work with a living legend like Steven Gerrard.

“I’m working hard in trainings and we're doing the right things. Its just too early to talk about leaving. Let's just see how the future turns out.”

(L-R) Bodi Brusselers of NAC Breda, Diego Snepvangers of NAC Breda, Sadiq Umar of NAC Breda, Rai Vloet of NAC Breda during the Dutch Eredivisie match between Sparta Rotterdam and NAC Breda...

Staying at Rangers

Alfredo Morelos and Kyle Lafferty are ahead of Sadiq in the pecking order at Rangers, and the Nigerian youngster will have to work hard in order to play regularly for Rangers this season.

It is great and very impressive of the Roma-owned striker that he is not thinking about leaving Rangers.

Gerrard is one of the greatest footballers of all time, and working with the Liverpool legend can only make Sadiq a better footballer.

According to The Scottish Sun, Roma paid Spezia £2 million in transfer fees in 2016 in order to to secure the services of Sadiq.

(L-R) Umar Sadiq of NAC Breda, Elmo Lieftink of Willem II  during the Dutch Eredivisie  match between NAC Breda v Willem II at the Rat Verlegh Stadium on April 15, 2018 in Breda Netherlands

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