Jordan Rossiter has been Rangers perennial injury enigma since he joined the club back in 2016.
The young midfielder has been terribly unlucky with injuries and his Ibrox career has never really got going. It’s a real shame – the midfielder came incredibly highly rated from Liverpool’s Academy.
But with the worst of his injury hell behind him, the youngster’s been farmed out to League Two Bury. Now, he’s getting those much-needed minutes which will get his career back on track.
It’s some comeback for a 21-year-old who’s barely kicked a ball in three years. The loan move seems to be working wonders for Jordan Rossiter and Rangers may well have him fully fit come pre-season.
More than just be in the Bury team, he’s also a key part of it. The combative, physical midfielder has been earning plaudits for his performances. He’s been tenacious in winning the ball back and committed in his challenges.
Jordan Rossiter v Exeter City pic.twitter.com/fRb9gzRIZ9
— Bury FC Goals (@buryfcgoals) February 18, 2019
It’s great to see Rossiter doing so well after years of challenging injury worries. He also has a year left on his Rangers’ deal come the summer.
Rangers have an abundance of physical central midfield players but Rossiter clearly has something about him. He could wind up a key player and he may well force his way into Gerrard’s plans.
But he’ll have to compete with another Rangers loanee lighting up the league above.