Rangers manager Steven Gerrard wanted Matt Polster to stay at Ibrox, according to The Daily Record.
Scottish Premiership giants Rangers have actually revealed on their official website that Polster, who can run as a right-back or as a protective midfielder, is leaving the Gers and signing up with New England Transformation in Big League Soccer.
According to The Daily Record, the U.S.A. international has actually signed a two-and-a-half year contract with the MLS club, with Rangers getting ₤350,000 in transfer fee for the 27- year-old.
The report has actually declared that Rangers manager Gerrard was keen for the right-back to stay at Ibrox, however the Liverpool legend might not ensure him the routine first-team football that he desires.
Bargain for Rangers?
As specified on Rangers’ official website, Polster handled simply 10 appearances for the first team given that moving to the Gers on a complimentary transfer in January 2019.
The former Chicago Fire star failed to obstacle James Tavernier for the right-back spot in the team, and getting a reported six-figure fee for a 27- year-old who was going to be a squad player next season is a very excellent piece of business certainly from Rangers, particularly as he was signed on a complimentary transfer.