Rangers midfielder Jordan Rossiter made his latest comeback from injury on Monday after playing 60 minutes for the Gers’ Under-20’s against Valencia in Spain.
The 20-year-old has spent most of his time at Ibrox since arriving in 2016 with the physios after a string of injuries curtailed his Light Blues career.
After only managing 10 appearances for the Gers so far, this time the midfielder’s return needs to go as planned otherwise the Gers might end up looking at a very expensive medical bill for the remainder of Rossiter’s contract.
There’s no question that there is a quality player there but almost two years into a four-year deal, it is verging on breaking point where something has to give.
If Rangers cannot get Rossiter fit – and keep him fit – then the Light Blues should be doing everything in their power to move the England youth international on elsewhere.
If they can however, they might finally get to see a player likened to Steven Gerrard by Robbie Fowler and someone who will undoubtedly be keen to make up for lost time.
With the Gers already without a number of key midfielders the temptation will be there to rush the midfielder back into the first-team but with Rossiter’s already lengthy injury history, the Gers must take their time and make sure there are no problems of their own making which risk the player’s fitness.
In other Rangers news, it can be revealed that a key first teamer has sensationally asked to leave after the board failed to stick to their promise of giving him a new deal during the transfer window.
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