Rangers to tell £10,000-a-wk player to find a new club - Ibrox Sources
Rangers are set to tell Jordan Rossiter he is free to find a new club, Football Insider understands.
The central midfielder, 22, has spent the season on loan at English League One club Fleetwood Town after failing to make an impact in Glasgow.
Ibrox sources have told Football Insider that Rossiter has no future at Rangers and is in line to leave when his contract expires this summer.
He joined the Light Blues in 2016 when former manager Mark Warburton brought him in on a free transfer from Liverpool.
It was a deal that excited supporters at the time given Rossiter’s pedigree and promises.
Rangers handed him a four-year contract worth around £10,000-a-week, a substantial sum at the time as they had just been promoted back to the SPL.
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Rossiter has failed to live up to the expectation foisted upon him, partly due to a series of serious injuries.
He made just 16 appearances across his first two-and-half years at the club, including just five under his former Liverpool colleague Steven Gerrard.
Rangers loaned Rossiter to English League Two outfit Bury for the second half of last season to give him some much-needed match time.
Rossiter has made 15 league starts among 19 appearances for Joey Barton’s side this term but has not played since November due to a serious knee injury.