With big changes promised this summer, Alegria’s exit marks potentially the first of many for the club.
Rangers have confirmed the permanent exit of young striker Juan Alegria! The Colombian youngster failed to make a single appearance for the senior side at Ibrox, and will now be moving on to continue his career elsewhere.
Michael Beale, the Rangers coach, will have likely signed off on the deal with big changes already promised this summer.
With this being potentially the first exit of many, the Rangers B and Academy confirmed the news on their official Twitter account this morning on 05 April, with Alegria following the likes of Charlie McCann who have moved on. It is no surprise to see this news being confirmed.
Beale’s got big plans for the summer transfer window, and he’s not keeping it a secret. He’s already spilled the beans that he’s got some serious dough behind him, but hey, who couldn’t use a little extra cash? It’ll give him an even bigger boost and help him achieve his goals.
Alegria failed to really get a chance at Ibrox with Antonio Colak and Alfredo Morelos ahead of him. His loan move to Falkirk also failed to kickstart his career in Scotland.
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Funnily enough, Rangers brought in the young talisman from FC Honka, so he will no doubt hit the ground running at his former side where he will likely feel more at home and comfortable.
It won’t be a huge fee, but the likes of Zak Lovelace thriving since his move from Millwall will only have made his path to the first team harder. There is no point in hanging onto deadwood at this stage.