After hearing that Jordan Rossiter is yet to make the step up to full-training there have been sections Rangers supporters demanding that the player is shipped out of Ibrox this summer.
The midfielder has been missing for a large chunk of the season, having not played in the Premiership since August, and there is a growing feeling of unrest at the 20-year-old’s lack of action.
And their unrest is completely justified.
Since making the move to Ibrox from Liverpool in 2016, the midfielder has managed to record just ten outings for the club and with no end in sight to his injury problems, he’s unlikely to add to that tally anytime soon.
With Rangers money problems well-documented, a player who is said to be earning in the region of £10,000-a-week for the club would be better off the wage bill in light of his injury record.
The partnership of Sean Goss and Greg Docherty in the centre of the park has thrived and provided a source of defensive stability and attacking thrust.
It’s difficult to see, apart from on the bench, where Rossiter now fits into the side given the duo’s relationship in midfield, and unless he can improve his fitness quickly should be shown the exit door.
Rossiter’s contract is due to expire in 2020 – Rangers must find a buyer for the player this summer.
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