Weiss would love Gers return

Weiss has spent the season on loan at Rangers from Manchester City,
but he is set to miss the run-in because of a broken foot. The
Slovakian international has enjoyed his time at Rangers and with
his long-term future at City uncertain Weiss admits he would be
open to returning to Glasgow next season under new manager Ally
McCoist. “I’ve not spoken to Ally about next season yet. But all I
know is I would love to stay at Rangers,” Weiss told the Daily
Record. “The problem is, as things stand, I don’t think they can
afford to pay what Man City are asking. “But we’ll have to see if
things change in the next few months. “I need to get myself fit
again and then I can look at where I’ll be playing next season. “If
it’s not Rangers next year then I really want to come back at some
stage in my career because the club is in my heart now.” Meanwhile,
Weiss claims Celtic boss Neil Lennon’s touchline antics have fired
up Rangers for the title run-in. Lennon cupped two hands to his
ears in a gesture of defiance to the Rangers fans after Sunday’s
goalless draw between the two sides. The draw leaves the title in
Celtic’s hands, but Weiss insists Lennon’s actions are giving
Walter Smith’s side extra motivation to win the title. “It seems to
me he’ll do what he wants to do – nothing can stop him,” added
Weiss. “It fires us up when we see some of the things he does –
making gestures to our fans or whatever.”