By Harvey Byrne
Rangers boss Pedro Caixinha has spoken of his hopes that midfielder Jordan Rossiter can return to the club for pre-season.
The 20-year-old central midfielder has not played for the Gers since a Scottish League Cup match against Peterhead in August.
There were high hopes when the young star joined in the summer on a £250,000 deal from Premier League giants Liverpool, but with just six appearances for the club he has not yet been able to showcase his talents.
Now, manager Caixinha, who is expected to make a lot of changes to his side in the summer has spoken of his hopes that Rossiter will be back with the club again in the summer.
PC: Jordan Rossiter we hope can be with us for the start of pre-season.
— Rangers Football Club (@RangersFC) May 5, 2017
Rossiter broke through the Liverpool youth ranks, making his debut aged 17 back in 2014 in a League Cup third round match against Middlesbrough.
He managed to feature five times in total for the Reds, but injuries ultimately cut his time with the top English club short.
The young midfielder will now be hoping that he has more luck in Ibrox and with three years still remaining on his contract there is time for him to prove his worth for the Gers.
In other Rangers news, a BBC pundit has predicted that at least 10 players will be leaving the Gers this summer.