Fabio Silva Open to Making Loan Move to Rangers Permanent

Fabio Silva has expressed his openness to the possibility of making his loan move to Rangers a permanent arrangement, contingent on successful title pursuits and positive developments in the upcoming months.

The 21-year-old Wolves striker, who arrived at Ibrox on a loan deal at the start of January, has been making waves with four goals in 13 appearances. His on-field chemistry with attacking teammates has been noteworthy, and a recent standout performance against Hibs in the Scottish Cup quarter-final only intensified speculations about his future.

Silva, who joined Wolves in a £35 million deal from FC Porto in 2020, hinted at a potential extended stay at Rangers during a post-match interview. Despite acknowledging the substantial price tag associated with his acquisition, he remains optimistic that an agreement can be reached.

Quizzed about the possibility of staying beyond his loan stint, Silva told Sportscene, “This is not the most important thing now; we also have two months of football to win titles. I think after that if you win titles and everything’s going the right way, Rangers and me will do everything for me to stay.”

The Portuguese forward’s focus appears to be firmly on securing silverware for Rangers in the coming months. The prospect of a permanent move could hinge on the club’s success in the ongoing competitions, adding an intriguing subplot to Silva’s loan spell with the Scottish side. As the season unfolds, fans eagerly await the outcome of both the title race and discussions surrounding Silva’s potential long-term commitment to Rangers.