Rangers defender Dominic Ball, on loan from Premier League giants Tottenham Hotspur at the Scottish side, has revealed he would like to play in El Clasico at some point during his career.
The 20-year-old has featured regularly in Mark Warburton’s side, since arriving at Ibrox in the summer, kicking on with his career.
The Watford youth product has also enjoyed a spell with English League Two outfit Cambridge United, but is taking further steps at Ibrox.
The England Under-20 international has made 12 appearances for the club this season and has been instrumental in the Gers’ rise to the top of the Scottish Championship.
Ball also revealed his desire to play in the Old Firm derby – contested between the Gers and arch-rivals Celtic – this season, before his loan spell at Ibrox comes to an end. And El Clasico, between Barcelona and Real Madrid, is another target for the player.
Speaking in a candid interview with Rangers TV, Ball said: “I would like to play in the Old Firm derby and hopefully that’s still a possibility this season.
“But, I would also like to play in El Clasico.”
Warburton’s men are preparing to take on fifth placed Raith tomorrow at Stark’s Park and a win would help them strengthen their foothold at the top of the Championship.