Glasgow Rangers Jordan Rossiter could be perfect for Nottingham Forest

General View of Ibrox Stadium

Ibrox side Glasgow Rangers have unexpectedly put Jordan Rossiter up for sale this summer.

According to a report in the Express, Jordan Rossiter’s Glasgow Rangers career could be over before it has even begun.

Rossister moved to Rangers last summer from Liverpool, and there was great excitement over the youngster’s move to Ibrox.

However, Rossiter has failed to make an impact at Rangers - due to a succession of injury problems.

Liverpool's Jordan Rossiter (R) in action with Chelsea's Andreas Christensen

The Light Blues are now said to be contemplating offloading the 20-year-old this summer and Mark Warburton should consider bringing the England youth international to Nottingham Forest.

Rossiter may not have shown his best form at Rangers, but his potential cannot be doubted.

Liverpool were disappointed to lose Rossiter only last year, and if Warburton could bring the youngster to Forest, he could be a brilliant addition.

Liverpool's Jordan Rossiter celebrates scoring their first goal with Jose Enrique

The central midfielder is still only 20-years-old, and has the potential to become a star of the future.

Warburton clearly knows Rossiter’s potential, having brought him to Rangers, and he should show faith in him once more to sign him at the City Ground.

If Rossiter goes on to develop into the player many Liverpool coaches predicted he would become, then he could still have a glistening career at the top level.

And Forest should take their chance to give Rossiter a platform to impress next season.

Nottingham Forest manager Mark Warburton

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