Major Rangers talent spotted in Ibrox training as he eyes return v PSV
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Major Rangers talent spotted in Ibrox training as he eyes return v PSV

Rangers talent Alex Lowry has been snapped in first-team training as he eyes a return ahead of the Champions League clash with PSV Eindhoven.

The talented Ibrox youngster, 19, has been turning out for the B Team so far this season as he works his way back from a close season injury but the Scotland youth was spotted at the club’s training centre.

As part of the club’s training gallery, Alex Lowry was snapped being put through his paces with Giovanni van Bronckhorst’s side ahead of this tantalising clash with the Dutch club.

Whilst it is very unlikely Alex would be involved against PSV Eindhoven – at least from the start – Lowry’s visible presence in training will be a welcome boost to supporters.

Alex Lowry’s presence wasn’t the only sizeable training boost either, as Ryan Kent and James Sands were snapped back amongst their teammates following a weekend absence.

Both players missed the 4-0 win over St Johnstone and Rangers boss Giovanni van Bronckhorst confirmed they’d be back in the squad for the visit of PSV.

“We have everyone available for tomorrow and look forward to the challenge we face,” said van Bronckhorst [Rangers].

“James Sands and Ryan Kent will return to the squad.”

Alex Lowry snapped in Rangers training ahead of PSV clash

The snaps of Alex Lowry in first-team training also come after the youngster impressed with the B Team in a recent 3-3 draw with Caledonian Braves over the weekend.

The midfielder scored a penalty in the match with this goal following on from an impressive free-kick strike against Spartans in the SPFL Trust Trophy as Lowry works his way back from injury.

Alex Lowry was the breakthrough star of last season and Rangers signed the player down on a new three-year deal last campaign amid reported interest from Man City and Newcastle United.

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Whilst Lowry might not be in line to start against PSV Eindhoven he’ll be hoping to earn a spot in the squad as Rangers look to make the Champions League group stages.

Now, the challenge for young Alex is breaking back into the team but it will not be without its challenges with plenty of attacking midfield competition.

The humble youngster even paid tribute to the player in front of him at present as he focuses on his football and impressing the Rangers coaching staff.