Gers looking to highly rated EPL wing wizard addition

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On loan Manchester City midfielder Vladimir Weiss has opened the door for a permanent switch to Rangers. reports how the 21-year-old Slovakian international has hinted he would be happy to remain at Ibrox providing the two clubs can agree a deal.

"I have to speak with Manchester City about their plans, but if they say I can go on loan again, and if Rangers want me, then I'd be happy to stay," he said.

Weiss has quickly become a fans’ favourite at Ibrox after a series of scintillating performances for the Gers after manager Walter Smith negotiated a season long loan for the highly rated Eastlands star.


Rangers assistant manager Ally McCoist, who will take over from Smith at the end of the season has already confirmed he would like Weiss to remain in Glasgow again next season.

The highly rated wing wizard is also backing Rangers to overhaul their Old Firm rivals Celtic in the race for the domestic league title saying:

"We only have the league to focus on. We have no other distractions and it is a nice position to be in that if we win all our games we will win the league.

"Until last weekend, all talk was that Celtic were going to win the treble - but we've claimed one trophy and can feel more confident now."

Rangers currently sit two points behind Celtic in second spot in the Scottish Premier League, but with a game in hand over Neil Lennon’s side – the Blues’ fate is very much in their own hands.

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