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Gerrard tells Rangers players to cope with expectation of playing

12 July 2018, 11:55 | Anna Jefferson

Rangers hopeful of signing Umar Sadiq before Europa League clash

Dedryck Boyata of Celtic heads over the bar in the second half during the William Hill Scottish Cup Semi Final between Celtic FC and Rangers FC at Hampden Park

First I said maybe it was not Steven Gerrard.

Roma striker Umar Sadiq has arrived in Scotland to complete his loan move to Rangers.

Rangers have completed the season-long loan signing of Mali worldwide Lassana Coulibaly from French side Angers.

Having showcased his talents in his home country and impressed then at Serie B side Spezia, that earned him his move to Roma and an initial loan spell saw them tie him down to permanent terms.

That's if paperwork can be completed before midnight on Wednesday, with new Gers boss Steven Gerrard admitting he's keen to bring in the 21-year-old.

"He told me about the players and said everybody would be at my side if I came here to help me and he would also help me to go forward in my career".




"He told me about the team; even though I already knew about Rangers and that they are the most successful team in the world".

He must now turn his attention to Thursday's Europa League qualifying match against Macedonian team FK Shkupi. Across all competitions for Angers, Coulibaly made just 23 appearances and scored only one goal.

He follows the signings of centre-backs Connor Goldson and Nikola Katic, right-back Jon Flanagan, wingers Jamie Murphy and Scott Arfield, goalkeeper Allan McGregor and midfielder Ovie Ejaria (loan).

He smiled: "I don't like to say anything about myself but I am a hardworking player who always wants to help the team".

"He asked me if I wanted to join his team, and I said yes, although I was anxious it wasn't actually Gerrard [on the phone]!"



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