Steven Gerrard has been busy ringing the changes to his Rangers squad following his arrival as manager and January has been no different.
And, it appears he could be about to see another individual leave Ibrox in the near future.
Speaking in his pre-match press conference ahead of the game against Cowdenbeath, via Twitter, Gerrard revealed that there was a ‘strong possibility’ that Jordan Rossiter could head out on loan.
SG: No offers for any of our players. Strong possibility Rossiter may go out on loan to let him go and play regular games. I don’t expect anything else.
— Rangers Football Club (@RangersFC) January 29, 2019
“No offers for any of our players. Strong possibility Rossiter may go out on loan to let him go and play regular games. I don’t expect anything else,” the Tweet stated.
The young midfielder has been blighted with injuries and has missed plenty of football since becoming a Rangers player.
He made just 11 appearances in his first two campaigns with the Ibrox outfit and has only managed to play five times since Gerrard became the manager.
A loan move would be best for all concerned regarding Rossiter and his current situation.
The 21-year-old has struggled to stay fit and time out on loan could help him to finally get over the injury issues he has had and get back to playing regular first-team football once again.
Although no club is mentioned and with Gerrard believing it to be a ‘strong possibility’, then a switch appears to be on the cards for the young midfielder.
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