Rangers Set to Secure Permanent Transfer for On-Loan Winger Oscar Cortes Following Stellar Start

Rangers are poised to finalize a permanent transfer for on-loan winger Oscar Cortes, as the Colombian’s impressive start with the club has left sports analyst Jonny McFarlane convinced of his future success at Ibrox.

Speaking on the Rangers Review Morning Briefing on February 14, McFarlane expressed his confidence in Cortes becoming a “right good player” for the team, hinting at a likely extension beyond his current temporary deal.

“Cortes I thought was terrific the other night, he’s been really good since he signed. I know he’s only had about 120 minutes; it’s not an awful lot to make a full judgement, but I really like his work-rate. I really like his determination to hit the byline,” McFarlane remarked during the briefing.

The 20-year-old winger showcased his skills during his first Light Blues start in the 2-0 victory against Ayr United in the Scottish Cup on February 10. His outstanding performance has reportedly prompted discussions about a long-term contract, awaiting activation if the option in his loan agreement is triggered.

McFarlane further emphasized his belief in Cortes’s potential, stating, “I think he’s going to be a right good player. I think Rangers will sign him.”

Rangers fans are eagerly awaiting official confirmation of the permanent transfer, as Cortes continues to make a positive impact on the pitch.