The Rangers winger made his debut under Steven Gerrard at Ibrox earlier this season.
A large number of Rangers supporters hope they haven’t seen the last of Serge Atakayi.
The Rangers winger was loaned to Finnish side Seinäjoen Jalkapallokerho on Thursday.
Atakayi made his debut for the Gers late last year, but in doing so suffered an injury which kept him out until March.
But many of a Rangers persuasion have not forgotten the 20-year-old and are calling for him to return at the end of his loan spell, which runs until June.
Come back stronger Serge.— Cairo Kearney (@Cairo1872) 4 April 2019
Make sure the lad comes back and gets a chance tho— JB Foster (@foss669) 5 April 2019
Good luck son. Looking forward to seeing you break into 1st team— Diddy cent (@weordie) 4 April 2019
Good luck son. Big next season ahead. Get sharp.— Bluerhap. (@rhapger) 4 April 2019
I hope this is a loan with his future at ibrox in mind??— Garry (@ibrox_noise) 4 April 2019
This kid is the future for Rangers
Good luck anyway I hope the loans a success although I’m sure it will be
Good luck. Can’t wait to see you part of the first team in the future— Pretty Blue (@pretty_blue82) 4 April 2019
Hope to see you back in the Rangers first team squad next season— Fiona W (@fio_w) 4 April 2019
Good luck on loan @SAtakayi11, hope you tear it up but please make sure it purely stays a loan. BIG things ahead for you at the Gers.— Scotia_Rangers Lottery Agent (@Scotia_RLA) 4 April 2019
Move to improve, come back better.— Kenny Les (@kdy1303) 4 April 2019
Atakayi told his loan club’s official website that a need for more game time was his motivation for leaving Rangers.
He added that he chose them over a number of rivals due to his father-son-like relationship with the manager, Alexei Eremenko.
And according to the DR Congo Under-23 international, Eremenko’s Rangers counterpart, Steven Gerrard, thinks he can play in the Gers’ senior side next season.
Atakayi enters the final year of his Ibrox contract this summer, and could face a battle for a first-team place with Jamie Murphy, Daniel Candeias, Glenn Middleton and Jordan Jones among his comepetitors.