Harry Forrester has officially left Rangers by mutual consent, and fans are all saying the same thing about the midfielder’s exit.
The English midfielder, who signed for the Gers under Mark Warburton on a three-year deal in 2016, made 44 appearances in all competitions.
Steven Gerrard has been extremely busy this summer, but most fans feel there is still plenty of work to be done.
The Gers ideally need a top class centre forward as they transform their squad, as Alfredo Morelos just isn’t up to scratch and hasn’t had a great start in the two Europa League ties.
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Forrester, who scored seven league goals during his stay, spent last season on loan with AFC Wimbledon, but obviously did no do enough to convince Gerrard he was worth keeping around in this new look squad.
The 5ft 10in midfielder seems to be remembered for one thing and one thing only amongst the fans, his failure to square it to Joe Dodoo against Celtic.
Fans are certainly going to miss the 27 year-old though, and some even think it’s a mistake letting him go… but he should of squared it to Dodoo! Either way, you can find some of the best Twitter reactions down below…
You should have squared it to Dodoo
— Bradnon Clapperton (@BrandonClappert) July 18, 2018
Should’ve squared it to Dodoo
— Ross Findlay (@rossfindlay12) July 18, 2018
Just think if you squared it to dodoo , didn’t go out drinking every week and had a better attitude u could have been captain Harry. Must be gutted
— Scott Williamson (@scottw_1) July 18, 2018
All the best mate but you should’ve passed to dodoo
— Jamie (@jdowning88) July 18, 2018
He should have been given a chance, poor judgement by Stevie G. He’s a good player. @alexanderamsay9
— Ewan (@ewanmcgilvery1) July 18, 2018
That’s what happens when you don’t pass to Dodoo
— Ross Brown 🇬🇧. (@RossBrown25) July 18, 2018
Loads of ability but happy to piss it up the wall. It’s a shame really because he had all the attributes to be a success at Rangers.
— West Mids Loyal (@WestMidsLoyal) July 18, 2018