Arsenal 18-year old midfielder Gedeon Zalelem has extended his loan spell with Rangers that are fighting for a return to Scottish top-flight.
Zalelem’s had to go back at Emirates Stadium in January but German-born American midfielder after the talks with the Gers manager Mark Warburton he decided to remain at Ibrox and help the team to achieve their main goal.
“It was a conversation with the manager after training, and he said ‘we want you to stay’ and I told him I was happy to stay”, he told Rangers TV, when asked what made him extend his loan stay.
“From then on it was just the two clubs agreeing to an agreement, it’s as simple as that.
“I want to help Rangers get back to the top division like everyone here.
“[I also want to ] improve my game, I’m getting regular game time, which is important to me as a young player. So, these two are the main targets.”
Premier League Giants Arsenal want first team game for their youngster and in Rangers, he has already made 17 appearances for the club and so far playing the key role in their success.