Arsenal youngster Gideon Zelalem has urged his fellow Gunners to make their loan switch to Rangers in order to continue their development, according to British tabloid, Evening Times.
The youngster joined the Scottish side on an initial six months loan deal which was extended till the end of the season last week.
The midfielder has already made 17 appearances for the Scottish side and Zelalem believes if his fellow youngsters at the Emirates make the move to Rangers, it will help their chances of making the Gunners first team.
The player said: “I’d definitely recommend coming to Rangers to other young players at Arsenal because they’ll learn what it’s like playing for a big club.
“I will tell the boys a lot about Rangers when I go back and would encourage anyone wanting to go on loan to come
“I’d tell them to go straight for it if Mark Warburton wanted them. He helps you on a personal level, he asks how you are doing off the pitch and on the pitch he will help you a lot, give you advice and take you to the side in training.
“I think it’s such a good quality to have in a manager because it means he gets the best out of his players.”
“We get more cohesion from the fact he is so tight with the group, he knows us all well and David Weir has also been fantastic. We’re a very good group and very united.
“Rangers and Arsenal are very similar clubs; there is a big family atmosphere.
“Apparently the mood is better in the dressing room compared to last year – according to the boys who were here then.
“They say we’re more united and more together, which is very important for a team that wants to win a Championship.”
Zelalem has been superb since moving to the scottish side and his hoping to have the same impact as Hector Belerin when he returns to Arsenal next summer.
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