Jamie Murphy’s first full season at Rangers has not exactly gone to plan for the 29-year-old.
The winger, who spent the second half of the season on loan at Ibrox last year, joined the Light Blues from Brighton and Hove Albion on a permanent deal in the summer.
However, just five games into the current campaign, he required surgery for the ACL problem he sustained against Kilmarnock and was expected to potentially miss the whole season.
But, the club’s official Twitter account may have provided The Gers with some positive news as he continues his recovery.
— Rangers Football Club (@RangersFC) February 21, 2019
Rangers posted a photo showing Murphy, who is valued at £1.13 million (by Transfermarkt), back out on the grass as he appears to be running, which will have come as welcome news to the fanbase and everyone connected to the club.
The photo showing Murphy working hard on his recovery and appearing to be running will come as a positive update to those at Rangers.
Fans at Ibrox would have been excited to see what the 29-year-old would have brought to the club after a rather successful six months with them in the final stages of last season.
Although there is still a long way to go in his recovery from the ACL injury he picked up in August, the fact that he is back on the field and running could provide the Light Blues with some optimism that he may make an appearance before the season ends.
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