Amidst speculations linking Super Eagles Midfielder, Joe Aribo to the Premier League, Former FC Barcelona player and current head coach of Rangers have praised the Midfielder as he expects a move to the EPL soon.

Joe Aribo, one of Rangers standout player in the Just concluded 2021/2022 season is nearing the exit as clubs from EPL are lined up to sign the Versatile Midfielder.

Crystal Palace, Nottingham Forest and Southampton have been credited with interest for the player but as things stands now the Saints are the Favourite to Land the player to the EPL. 

Southampton and Rangers are close to finalizing a £6m deal for Aribo according to reports from Italian Journalist, Fabrizio Romano who tagged the Move as an Almost done deal. 

Head Coach of Rangers, Giovanni Van Bronckhorst is open to letting Aribo leave after confirming that he has spoken with the player as regarding his Future and Reveals that Aribo is interested in a move to the English Premier League.

The Former FC Barcelona Man was full of Sweet words for Aribo as he commended the Player's service to the Club over the past 3 Years. 

"Of course I talked with Joe about his future last season," manager Van Bronckhorst told Sky Sports from Rangers’ pre-season base in Portugal.

"But he has been playing for three years for Rangers and it’s the natural way for players’ careers."

"Of course Joe wants to develop himself further and see where his level is."

"Playing in the Premier League, there won’t come any stronger leagues than that in the world."

"Joe was a very important player for us. He has been really good for this club for the last years."

"His development was really good but, at the moment, he has the ambition to play in the Premier League."

"So that’s his ambition and that is probably what is going to happen in the near future."

"It’s what you want as a club, to get talented players into the club and develop them as really good players."

"And eventually the player has their own ambitions. But I think what he has done for this club has been fantastic."

Joe Aribo Last Season was the most Featured Footballer in the World after playing 70 games for both clubs and country, winning the Scottish Cup and finishing second in the Europa League after losing Final to Eintracht Frankfurt in a Game where he bagged Rangers' only Goal Under Normal regulation time.