Alfredo Morelos Has Been Spotted Jetting off on His Next Adventure

Alfredo Morelos, the 26-year-old striker, has embarked on his next adventure as his tenure with Rangers nears its conclusion. Following the recent clash against Hearts, Morelos bid farewell to Ibrox, marking the end of his time at the club.

In a touching gesture, alongside Allan McGregor, Scott Arfield, Ryan Kent, and Fil Helander, he was granted a guard of honor to honor his remarkable goal-scoring record and his six-year stint with the team.

Football Scotland has obtained an exclusive photograph capturing the Colombian forward, aged 26, as he prepares to board an airplane, seemingly with AirFrance. His destination and future club remain undecided, although there has been previous interest from clubs such as Lille, who even submitted a bid in 2019. Consequently, it appears highly unlikely that Morelos will be present in Paisley this weekend, as Rangers conclude their season against St Mirren.

Throughout his time in Glasgow, Morelos has attracted considerable transfer interest, including an offer from a Chinese club, which was ultimately turned down by Rangers. Notably, he holds the distinction of being the club’s all-time leading scorer in European competition and has consistently troubled opposing defenses in domestic matches, particularly against Kilmarnock, Hearts, and Hibs.

However, this season witnessed a drastic decline in Morelos’ form. Despite managing to score 11 goals, he faced criticism for his attitude, dedication, and fitness levels.


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