Kemar Roofe is headed for the Rangers exit door after the club gave up on him, according to sources.
The Jamaica international, who has been perennially injured since joining, is said to have a ‘mystery’ injury this time keeping him out of the Portugal trip, but information is he’s stayed in the UK because the club have no intention of keeping him and are looking to ship him out.
Some Championship sides are said to be keen, but from what we understand, ‘mystery’ injury basically means there’s very little actually wrong with him and his attitude isn’t good enough – he is reported to have withdrawn from the trip to the Algarve himself.
This also explains the fervent increase, along with the exit of Joe Aribo and the serious injury blow to Ianis Hagi, in looking for attacking players lately.
Tom Lawrence is in, Antonio Colak is in, Rabbi Matondo is said to be close, and Rangers have been closely linked to one or two others.
But it looks like the end of the road now for Roofe with his missing Portugal being the final straw for the club.
We’ll see how it unfolds.