By Harvey Byrne
Rangers attacker Harry Forrester has labelled reports that he has fallen out with manager Pedro Caixinha as “false and inaccurate.”
The Daily Record claimed on Wednesday that the 26-year-old had been banished from training by Caixinha and advised to find a new club after a workout on Sunday.
However, Forrester has since responded to the claims on his personal Twitter account, detailing that they are untrue.
Rumours and reports that I have been suspended are totally false and inaccurate
— Harry Forrester (@harry_forrester) June 14, 2017
Forrester has rarely been used since Caixinha was appointed in March with just seven minutes of Premiership football to his name in the three months.
Additionally, the Portuguese manager has already brought in five players this summer, including two wide players in Dalcio and Daniel Candeias.
But, if Forrester is to leave this summer then he will stand firm that it was not because of an altercation with his manager.
The left-winger has been a part of the Ibrox giants since December 2015, joining on loan on the 31 before joining permanently from Doncaster four months later.
He played a key role in helping the Gers get over the finish line and win promotion back to the Premiership in the 2015-16 campaign, scoring four goals while also providing one in 11 Championship appearances.
However, last season he managed a return of just three goals and two assists in 21 matches in the Scottish top-flight.
In other Rangers news, the Gers have launched a seven-figure bid for goalscoring midfielder.