According to The Sun, Glasgow Rangers youngster Ciaran Dickson is set to depart Ibrox this summer after falling out with the club’s hierarchy.
The Lowdown: Bright future expected
It appeared that the 19-year-old had a bright future at Rangers after he made his debut appearance for the first team in the Betfred Cup against Falkirk last season (Transfermarkt).
He was even called “terrific” by Steven Gerrard after that performance (via Rangers News), but it seems that things have turned sour since then.
The Latest: Dickson could now leave
The Sun reported that Dickson could leave the Gers after falling out with the club’s management.
He has duly been told he can move on from Ibrox and is now a target for Premier League side Burnley.
The Verdict: Time to go
Dickson appeared to have a bright future in Glasgow and could well have built on the one first team appearance he made last term. It is unfortunate that his hitherto short career at Ibrox is set to end in a negative fashion.
Should Rangers give Dickson another chance?
It is not clear as to why he fell out with the Gers hierarchy, but it is concerning that a 19-year-old would already be arguing with the club. At this point in his career, he should be willing to do whatever possible to reach the top – that includes doing his talking on the training pitch rather than off it.
There may not to be too many supporters disappointed to see the back of him if he does leave amid a fallout with the Ibrox powerbrokers.
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