Liverpool's Jordan Rossiter in action against Bordeaux's Nicolas Maurice Belay
Jordan Rossiter was one of Rangers' first signings this summer, but he is yet to take part in their early season schedule.
He has been on duty with England's under-19 side at the European Championships, and started in their semi-final against Italy yesterday.
The game was broadcast on Eurosport2, giving interested Rangers fans the chance to check out the former Liverpool midfielder in action.
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England lost the game 2-1, with an Italian own goal providing their strike, and the Three Lions have now exited the tournament.
This means Rossiter can now head back to Rangers, and could even play a part for them next week.
The positive from his involvement, playing four matches over the past week or so, is that his match fitness will be at a decent level and he should not take a long time to get up to speed.
Rangers have plenty of options in midfield, and he can now look forward to staking his claim.
As for his performance against Italy... it is safe to say it divided opinion among Rangers fans who cast comment on Twitter...
That Rossiter is all over the park man looking class— ross hall (@RossHallx) July 21, 2016
Quiet half for Rossiter - hardly on the ball from what I seen. Couple of wild shots.— The Louden Tavern (@TheLoudenTavern) July 21, 2016
How can people say Rossiter has had a good first half? If thats the sort of performance your happy with we should have stuck wi Iain Black— Tailz (@DavidsonRFC) July 21, 2016
Jordan Rossiter is far from the finished product people think he is, Matt Crooks walks in the team before him any day of the week.— Tailz (@DavidsonRFC) July 21, 2016
@Boab10 I caught a bit of the game this morning. Thought England were pretty toothless overall. Rossiter very solid again though.— The Mindfül Beär (@thecroakgang) July 21, 2016