Alfredo Morelos is having his most low-key season in terms of goals with Rangers. The forward has only 4 annotations in 17 games played and although Gerrard continues to support him, the historic Charlie Nicholas assured that, if a good offer for the Colombian arrives in this market, they should let him go, since players like Kemar Roofe have adapted very well to the team proving that nobody is indispensable.
“If I were Steven Gerrard, I would sell Alfredo Morelos if a decent offer comes this month. I don’t think the Rangers really need it for what is missing “, was what Nicholas expressed in his column published in Daily Express.
Although the Colombian’s scoring quota has been weak, at the club they value him beyond that condition and Gerrard has already made it clear that the importance of Morelos goes beyond his scoring ability. “He’s still doing a fantastic job for the team in terms of his attacking game and what he needs to do on and off possession.. So just because outsiders don’t see the goals coming, it doesn’t necessarily mean that we have the same feelings towards Alfredo. “
However, Nicholas believes that Roofe has been a good reinforcement and that he would be a good successor if Morelos were to leave. “It has hardly produced this season, outside perhaps of some of the European games (Morelos). It seems that Kemar Roofe could more than replace him and has already contributed more goals than his due, “said the former player of Rangers’ greatest rival.
Morelos is close to making history with Rangers
Gerrard’s team is 19 points ahead of Celtic in the Scottish Premier table and is getting closer and closer to the title, ten years after his last conquest which occurred in 2011Hence the importance of staying with the season where the Colombian’s name would enter the club’s history.