Rangers fans in the Transfer Tavern will be delighted to hear that one of their promising talents has returned to first-team training following a lengthy injury.
The Scottish Sun is reporting that Ross McCrorie has returned after a three-month lay-off after suffering a knock against Ross County, although he managed to make it through to the winter break, which included their December draw with Old Firm rivals Celtic.
The 19-year-old had recently signed a new long-term deal to remain at the Ibrox club until 2022 and has been highlighted as one with a bright future at the Scottish Premiership side.
He started his career well with the Gers, however, the injury had stopped the Scotland Under-21’s development. Now, Graeme Murty will be delighted with the timing of his return as his defence has been hit by a number of medical issues.
Rangers have been without David Bates and Russell Martin in recent weeks, however, the return of McCrorie will be a welcome boost to the side as they prepare to face Motherwell on Saturday.
Rangers fans in the Tavern will be pleased to see the 19-year-old’s return to training, especially after their recent injury concerns at the back and will be hoping McCrorie can get straight back into it. With big games to play in their quest for European football, our local Light Blues have been delighted with the reports.
Rangers fans, how happy are you that McCrorie has returned to first-team training? Let us know below!
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