Rangers boosted by big player news as CL assault handed lift ahead of next season
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Rangers boosted by player news as struggling star sounds Ibrox title drum

Rangers could be boosted by the return of Ryan Jack for next season as the midfielder successfully goes under the knife and is on the road to recovery ahead of 56.

The boyhood bluenose is a key player for Rangers and adored by the management team but this season he’s played a bit-part role in the club’s legendary 55th title success.

Rangers midfielder Ryan Jack has had a stop-start season at Ibrox this campaign but the club have identified the problem and have been boosted by a successful surgery. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

Jacko, 29, has made 14 Scottish Premiership starts in this famous Ibrox season as a recurring and long-standing injury continues to hiccup his impressive development.

Rangers boss Steven Gerrard broke the news that a team of specialists had found the source of the issue but unfortunately Jack would miss the rest of the season and the European Championships.

The ex-Aberdeen captain has come on leaps and bounds under Gerrard and was also an important member of Steve Clarke’s starting XI ahead of the summer’s tournament.

But far from let the disappointment of injury get him down, the popular Rangers midfielder took to Instagram to reveal that the surgery went well and that he has his eye on a title challenge next season.

If Rangers can resolve this problem this is an almighty boost ahead of next season and a robust addition to a midfield feeling the strain at this stage of the season.

Rangers are down to the bare bones in the middle of the park with Jack injured, Arfield also out and Bongani Zungu banned and on the verge of being sent back to Amiens.

As the old cliché goes, as much as Jack has contributed in patches this season, a fully fit Ryan would be like a new signing as the Gers look to make the Champions League.

Speaking of Bongani Zungu, the manager of French club Amiens has been talking about the midfielder’s situation ahead of next season.

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