Jordan Rossiter returned to first-team training for Rangers on Monday, according to an Insider, but some fans can’t see him lasting at Ibrox.
The Rangers blog Four Lads Had a Dream, which is a solid source of Rangers news, posted the fitness update on Monday.
Jordan Rossiter today returned to first team training
Ross McCrorie expected to return shortly as he continues to step up his rehabilitation
Graeme Dorrans & Lee Wallace continue to train with no reaction in their comeback bid
Check out @RangersFC for training video 🔴⚪️🔵
— Four Lads Had a Dream (@4ladshadadream) March 26, 2018
The youngster has had a torrid time with injuries since arriving on a free from Liverpool in the summer of 2016.
He’s made just 10 appearances in that time but could now be pushing to be involved with the first team in the run-in to the end of the season.
The 21-year-old midfielder has got undoubted talent but the questions remain over whether he can stay fit – and Rangers fans aren’t convinced.
Some fans are already counting down the time until his next injury, with one going as far as saying, “Get him fit and get rid.”
That seems harsh and other fans want to see him get his chance in the Light Blue.
Here are the best reactions to the news that he is back to fitness and training with the first team again:
Want rossiter to actually be able to get a run in the team, gutted his chances have been hindered with injury.
— Macfaraway (@amacca02) March 26, 2018
Hopefully Rossiter is now over his injuries and can get stuck into his rangers career
— Daz84 (@_daz84) March 26, 2018
Should’ve signed Leonard Rossiter , get him fit & get rid before he gets injured again.
— BlueHeathen (@jeff_stirrat) March 26, 2018
Announce rossiter's next injury
— Chris 🇬🇧 (@chrisross786) March 26, 2018
Giving it 3 days
— Colin W M (@shunter1872) March 26, 2018
Hope that's the end of Rossiters injury woes!!
Can't understand people snatching at the boy, Does anyone think he wants to be injured.
— Robbie Wilson (@robertw1690) March 27, 2018
Hope Rositer can stay fit and get a chance. Feel bad for the boy. If he can get fit he can be a big player for us.
— USAbluenose 🇬🇧🇺🇸 (@Ohiobear1872) March 26, 2018
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