Taking to Twitter, journalist Jordan Campbell of The Athletic has shared news involving Rangers star Ryan Jack as manager Steven Gerrard waits on his return.
The Lowdown: Gers without Jack…
The Scotland international has been out of action for Rangers since the end of last season, even undergoing knee surgery and missing the national side’s Euro 2020 campaign.
Recently, Jack suffered a setback in his recovery with Gerrard admitting he had been told to ‘slow it down‘.
The 29-year-old’s comeback has been delayed as a result, but Campbell now has some optimistic news on the midfield maestro.
The Latest: Gerrard set for Jack boost in ‘matter of weeks’…
As per reliable reporter Campbell, sharing news from within Ibrox, a timeline has now emerged for Jack’s return to action in a Gers jersey.
The journalist says that his recovery is now ‘a matter of weeks’ after Jack resumed light training.
“Just light training for the time being but a matter of weeks I believe,” he explained on Twitter.
“Nothing more specific than that yet that I know of. Being cautious after the surgery to make sure everything is healed properly, which is understandable.”
The Verdict: Big boost incoming…
News of Jack’s potential return for Rangers within weeks comes as a boost for Gerrard and the champions, especially considering his impact when available.
He adds a degree of real composure to Gerrard’s midfield, evident by his impressive 89.9% pass accuracy over 16 Scottish top flight starts last season.
Out of Rangers’ regulars with over 15 appearances, only Glen Kamara managed a better percentage last season (WhoScored).
In other news: ‘No way’, ‘Will be the end of the season’…BBC pundit drops Gers claim after what he’s seen, find out more here.
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