Rangers manager Michael Beale has suggested that striker Kemar Roofe could explode next season.

Kemar Roofe has had injury problems for Rangers this season, and manager Michael Beale believes that the former Leeds United striker could be massive for the Gers next campaign.

The 30-year-old has been able to make only three substitute appearances in the Scottish Premiership for Rangers this season.

Roofe, who cost the Gers £4.5 million (The Daily Record) when they signed him from Anderlecht, scored one goal in those games.

The former Leeds and Anderlecht striker made one substitute appearance in the Scottish Cup and two substitute appearances in the Scottish League Cup for Rangers this campaign.

Michael Beale optimistic about Kemar Roofe at Rangers next season

Beale said about Roofe, as quoted in The Scottish Sun: “And wouldn’t it be fantastic if Kemar can get over the issues he has and be a big player for us next season?”

Kemar Roofe
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Staying positive

In our view, Rangers fans should stay positive about Kemar Roofe and should be confident about him banging in the goals for the Gers.

We know that the 30-year-old is a very good striker.

Rangers will be determined to win the Scottish Premiership title next season.

And manager Beale will need all of his players fit and firing.

Roofe has done well for Rangers when he has been fit and on form, and we believe that he could really do well for the former Scottish Premiership champions next season.

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