Tuesday, June 16, 2020

“Gilmour still has more to give”

Billy Gilmour still has more to give, says former rangers boss Mark Warburton who tried to sign the scot while he was at Rangers in 2017.

Mark Warburton has said that Gilmour who has made made 7 appearances for the blues this term can develop to being a world class player.

Speaking to the DailyMail, Warburton said: "David Weir and I went to his house to try and keep him for Rangers," 
“We spent time with his mum and dad, but when the big boys come calling, it’s tough.

"His talent was unquestioned. I remember he played against what was a Dundee reserve side with a number of first-team players in it.


"I’m looking at Billy who was 15 and thinking there is a health-and-safety issue here because he was so slight. But he went out and absolutely ran the show.


"He had trained with us a couple of times in the first team and I am really pleased to see how he is doing now. What a talent. I think Scotland have a future world-class midfield player, I really do.


"I think he is going to keep on improving because he is in a great environment with Frank and Jody (Morris, assistant manager) and the players at Chelsea.


"I very much hope he can continue that progress because, if so, Scotland truly will have a world-class midfield player there."

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