Rangers star Aaron Ramsey is “good to go” for Wednesday’s Europa League final clash with Eintracht Frankfurt as he looks to make up for missing out on the 2019 final with Arsenal.
Ramsey has struggled with injury throughout his loan at Ibrox from Juventus but returned to the starting XI for the wins over Dundee United and Hearts in the last few weeks.
The Welshman could start if Ryan Jack fails to recover from injury in time and Ibrox star is confident he is ready, if called upon, to face Frankfurt.
“I’ve managed to get some minutes in recently so I’m good to go,” he insisted [Sky Sports]
“It’s definitely right up there, to play in a final in a European competition.
“They don’t come around very often. I missed the Arsenal one a few years back, so hopefully I can make up for it in this one. For me to miss it though injury was tough.”
Ramsey’s experience could be vital for Rangers against Frankfurt in Seville
The 31-year-old hasn’t been able to make the sort of contribution he would have liked at Rangers but he could have a big influence in Seville.
Ramsey’s quality is undoubted and if he starts or is on the bench, having players with the ability and experience of the former Arsenal star can only help Rangers.
Going out with a Europa League winners’ medal would certainly dampen any criticism of his loan spell at Ibrox as Rangers look to make history on Wednesday night.