Just few hours before his transfer to Southampton was officially announced, Aribo took to his social media platform to appreciate Rangers Football Club and their supporters for all their encouragements during his stay in Glasgow.
He wrote on Twitter saying;
“It has been an amazing journey being part of this special club, I hold Rangers very close to my heart as they gave me the opportunity to showcase my talent on a bigger stage. Playing at Ibrox was a dream and I am glad I got to experience it.
“I’m happy I was able to play a part in the historic 55 league title winning season. I’d like to thank everyone associated with this great club for all you’ve done for me during my time here, you’ve always made me feel welcome and I’ve always had your full support.
“I’ve developed into an even better player, credit to the supporters who always had my back and stayed patient during the tough times. We created a lot of memories together, memories that I will carry with me throughout the rest of my career.
“I wish the club nothing but the best for the future and I’ll always be checking in. Joe Aribo.”
— Joe Aribo (@J_Aribo19) July 9, 2022
After joining Ibrox from Charlton in 2019, Aribo played three seasons there, inspiring Rangers to lift the 2021 Scottish Premiership title and contributing to their loss in the Europa League final.
As the 2021/22 season ended, Aribo stated that he was grateful for the opportunity to feature in 70 games for Rangers and expressed his gratitude to God for seeing him through it all.
He also noted that, although his final season with the Rangers was full of highs and lows, it also produced indelible memories.
The midfielder acknowledged Rangers supporters and expressed his excitement to begin his career next season while playing for the Saint.
After Mateusz Lis, Armel Bella-Kotchap, Romeo Lavia, and Gavin Bazunu, Aribo, who had one year left on his Rangers deal, became Southampton’s fifth summer addition.
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