Rangers’ new midfielder Nicholas Ruskin says he was drawn to Ibrox because of the club’s size and trophy potential.
“It’s a big club so I was very excited when I heard about Rangers’ interest,” he told Rangers’ club website. big club.
“We always see big derbies in Belgium, so it was very exciting.
“The manager persuaded me to come because he had some other offers, but it was nice that the manager talked to me. I wanted
“I think coaches help me grow. When the manager was talking to me and explaining everything, I told him I looked like the big brother at the club I was at.
“The demands and the fans are crazy and so is the atmosphere on the pitch. That’s why I chose a club like Rangers. i like to play
“I had to move from Belgium to develop. My team in Belgium is very famous and the fans are good, so it’s good for me. is high and that’s what you need to do to improve yourself.”
Raskin has previously played for Ibrox in Standard Liege, but never gained enough experience.
“With Covid-19, when I came here, I was sad because there were no fans in the stadium,” he added.
“Ibrox is a very big stadium and Rangers have been a very good team, so I am happy to be part of this team. I am looking forward to playing at this level.
“I know how the European games are going to be and I have to play every three days. But now I want to play in Europe every season and fight for trophies every year, that’s why I’m here.”