Rangers fans in the Transfer Tavern will have been handed an injury boost after one of their players suffered another setback.
Graham Dorrans had to come off the pitch in the first half during the Gers’ 1-1 draw with Aberdeen at Pittodrie on Wednesday night, however, his injury is not as bad as first feared. It was thought that the former Norwich City man may have ruptured his knee ligaments, however, a report in The Scottish Sun are claiming he could be out for just four to six weeks.
The locals in the bar will be pleased that the 31-year-old’s latest setback is not as serious, as it will allow him to be ready for pre-season when Steven Gerrard starts his reign as new Ibrox boss.
Dorrans has had a difficult time in Scotland since he arrived from the Canaries last summer for a fee in the region of £750,000, having suffered a serious injury that made him miss the last five months after a solid start, however, since he returned to the side he has struggled to make a significant impact.
Many of the locals in the Tavern will be hoping he can put this injury-hit season behind him and will be looking for him to be ready for the new era Gerrard will bring to Ibrox.
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