Steven Gerrard insists he’s tired to answer questions about the future of Alfredo Morelos as he previously claimed that he can’t guarantee whether he will play at Ibrox or departs from the club.
The South American forward has been at the centre of a transfer window saga since being rumoured with a big-money switch to China in the January transfer window through his first year at Ibrox.
French giants Lille had already seen their bid turned down last campaign and ahead of the 2021/22 season, Porto are believed to keeping close tabs on the 25-year-old hotshot.
Former Liverpool midfielder, Steven Gerrard who has been in charge of Rangers has previously hit out at mischief-making by the player’s agents and has grown tired to discuss the strikers future with the press.
Morelos has been given extra time to rest his body after he represented Colombia national team at Copa America.
Rangers will be facing La Liga giants Real Madrid and Premier League outfit Brighton at Ibrox stadium friendlies this week.
Asked if he is confident Morelos will stay at Ibrox Gerrard, speaking to Sky Sports, said: “I don’t know. I can’t answer that for you.
“I get asked this question every window and every few weeks because you read more about Alfredo in terms of who he is linked with or where he’s possibly going to go rather than talk about what he does on a football pitch.
“It’s getting a bit tiresome that question. For me, we want the best version of Alfredo, that’s all we ever asked for. The manager, the players, the fans, that’s all we ask for.
“I’ve read a lot of stuff around Alfredo. I know where it’s coming from but I don’t know what’s going to happen with him.
“He is due back at some point, we’re not sure when but hopefully he’ll arrive when he’s ready.
“I’m not frustrated, I’m very happy. We’re just off the back of a fantastic season and I’m so excited for the next season.”