As reported by The Scottish Sun, Rangers boss Graeme Murty has confirmed that midfielder Jordan Rossiter is again injured after suffering an ankle injury in an U20s match last weekend.
The midfielder has made just ten appearances for the Light Blues since joining from Liverpool, where he also had significant injury problems in his attempt to break through to the first team.
It’s frustrating for the player, his coaches and supporters too, all of whom are hoping he has what it takes to make the grade at Ibrox. In his few appearances so far, he’s showing glimpses of quality that could make him a big hit at Ibrox.
Fans though are losing patience, with many now believing that the club should cut their losses with the 20-year-old this summer due to his failure to be fit for any decent length of time.
They took to Twitter to share their thoughts on it all…
Seen that Jordan Rossiter is out injured again after that trip with the youth squad, must be sold or let go in the summer.
— Kenny Pettigrew (@Kenny1872QS) February 16, 2018
Hope we tie rossiter down today maybe a 5 year deal 🦄I’m sure we’ll get at least a game a season from him
— Rabmcd® (@RobertMcdermid) February 16, 2018
We need to cut our losses here. Rossiter isn’t physically robust enough to play professional sports. https://t.co/1rzTw4ndnH
— Bob (@SuperShodan) February 16, 2018
We need to send Rossiter down the road to Scotstoun and get him in the gym and on the protein shakes for a few months. Musculoskeletal development prevents injury. No one is that injury prone without an underlying weakness. Good Bear @AlastairKellock will sort it out!
— Aye Ready Brek (@yerdugsmaster) February 16, 2018
Jordan rossiter keeps getting injured because he runs about jumping into every tackle . he needs to calm down
— Colin Stevenson (@ColinSt79422264) February 16, 2018
Does anyone else agree that we should just get Rossiter cryogenetically frozen until such times that medical science kens just what to dae with him?
— Scott #Dunderheids (@st2oh) February 16, 2018
Jordan Rossiter injured again in an under 20s game, sounds like Daniel prodan all over again, the boys never going to be fit
— Andy Graham (@AndyGraham91) February 16, 2018
Not sure how to feel about Rossiter to be honest. Really feel for the lad but it doesn't look like it's going to happen.
— We Welcome The Chase (@WWTC_pod) February 15, 2018