Ambitious Rangers player Nicolas Raskin has teased a move away already from his new employers.

The Belgian Under-21 midfielder has caught the eye of the Rangers support since his January move from Belgian First Division A side Standard Liege but has called his transfer to the Ibrox side as an “intermediate step” before moving on to a big club down south in the long term.

Raskin, in a recent interview, said: "My ultimate dream is to play in the Premier League with Chelsea. Playing in Scotland struck me as a good intermediate step. But Rangers are still a big name in British football.

"Before Rangers came in for me, I had approaches from Club Brugge and Genk. But I think it would be a mistake for me to play for another club in Belgium, as Standard will always be the club I love most."

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Meanwhile, Alfredo Morelos has shared a cryptic transfer clue amid growing speculation that he will leave Rangers this summer.

The Colombian striker is out of contract come the end of the season and is widely expected to exit the Scottish Premiership.

Morelos last night shared a picture of himself in his Rangers kit with the message "Siempre de tu manos mi dios."

This translates in English as "Always in your hands my god."

The post comes after a similar message last week, which read "It's better not to talk."

Michael Beale has openly admitted that is very unlikely that Morelos will be at the club beyond this season, but he recently praised the striker for his attitude in training.

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"Every single day he trained. He's had some bumps and bruises and at times I'd say to him, you know, you can have a day off training today. But he's not that type of boy," he said of Morelos.

"He wants to train all the time. He wants to play all the time. He's always fit and ready to go. He's not at the level of the Alfredo that we know he can be. But he's still scoring goals.”