Rangers have confirmed that midfielder, Jordan Rossiter has completed his loan move to League Two side, Bury on deadline day.
The youngster has struggled for game time with the Scottish giants this season, and hasn’t endured an enjoyable time at Ibrox since his arrival from Liverpool.
His time at the club has been blighted with injuries that have kept him out for large parts of recent seasons, and Rossiter hasn’t made an appearance for Rangers since Boxing Day.
But at the age of 21, he certainly still has a future at the club, and will be keen to make a good impression with Bury for the remainder of the season.
Rossiter was one of the brightest young prospects at Liverpool, and many supporters were surprised to see him being linked with a move to Rangers in the first place, and he’s struggled to make a notable impact with Steven Gerrard’s side.
The 21-year-old will be hoping to get off to the perfect start with a positive result for Bury when they take on Crawley Town at the weekend as they look to make it nine games unbeaten in all competitions.
This is the most bizarre signing in League Two I have seen for some time.
Even though Rossiter hasn’t featured as much as he would have liked to for Rangers this season, he surely could have been a useful option to call upon when needed.
He’s far too good for League Two and I expect him to have no trouble at all in finding his feet in the third tier in English football this season.