New Rangers midfielder Jordan Rossiter has sent his regards to former Liverpool teammate Daniel Trickett-Smith on Twitter upon his move to the Sacramento Republic FC.
Trickett-Smith joined Liverpool from Crewe Alexandra back in 2012 as a 16-year-old for a sizeable fee of around £1 million and having spent such an amount for the then teenager, the Reds certainly had high hopes for him.
However, Trickett-Smith did not quite progress as well as Liverpool would have liked and it was announced a few months back that the midfielder would be leaving Anfield following the expiration of his contract.
Confirmation was yesterday that Trickett-Smith has joined United Soccer League outfit Sacramento Republic FC and upon the completion of the move, the 20-year-old said, “Want to say a massive thank you to everyone at LFC - staff, players and especially the fans for the support over the years.
“Unbelievable fans. Happy to have signed for Sacramento Republic FC. Can't wait to get over there and start playing."
Now Trickett-Smith’s former Liverpool teammate Jordan Rossiter has gone on to wish the midfielder luck on his new adventure through social media website Twitter.
Trickett-Smith could coincidently make his debut against Liverpool’s Under-21 side at Bonney Field in California on Saturday night.