Ben Davies Shares Priority After Transfer Exit Speculation

Ben Davies found himself in the sights of Stoke City, with reports suggesting that the Potters had made a last-minute attempt to secure the 28-year-old on loan. However, Michael Beale was determined to retain Davies in Glasgow.

Davies recently marked his first start of the season in Rangers’ triumphant 2-0 victory over St Johnstone on September 16th. Following the match, the former Liverpool defender opened up about his steadfast loyalty to Ibrox and the club’s supporters, stressing that he never entertained the idea of departing during the transfer window.

In his statement, as reported by the Daily Record on September 18th, Davies stated, “I’m not sure what was said about me, but as far as I was concerned, I was a Rangers player, and I wasn’t looking to move. My priority over the summer was getting fit and getting back in the team.”

Davies also expressed his gratitude towards the manager, acknowledging the trust placed in him, saying, “The manager has shown a lot of faith in me since he’s been here. It’s time I repaid that and put some good performances in. I back the manager. I’ve got 100 per cent faith in him that we can have a good season this year. There’s a long way to go, and he just needs people like me and others to put in strong performances for him.”

Ben Davies’s commitment to Rangers remains resolute, and the defender is determined to contribute positively to the team’s prospects in the upcoming season.