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Report: Jordan Rossiter's future at Rangers in doubt

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Glasgow Rangers' midfielder Jordan Rossiter's future at Ibrox is in doubt, says a report.

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

According to The Express, Jordan Rossiter is one Rangers player whose future at Ibrox is in doubt.

The 20-year-old joined Rangers under Mark Warburton last summer but an injury-ravaged first season restricted him to just four Scottish Premiership outings.

It was only last month that Gers boss Pedro Caixinha intimated that he would be keeping the former Liverpool product at the club, telling the club's official Twitter page he was hopeful that the youngster would be fit for the start of the season.

Liverpool's Jordan Rossiter in action against Bordeaux's Nicolas Maurice Belay

But The Express have reported that the highly-rated midfielder's future in Glasgow is in doubt.

The report also claims that Andy Halliday and Matt Crooks are in the same boat.

Caixinha appears to be in the process of radically overhauling Rangers' first-team squad in what will be his first transfer window as manager.

New Rangers manager Pedro Caixinha in the stands

The Portuguese, who replaced Warburton in March, has already signed five players - Bruno Alves, Ryan Jack, Dalcio, Fabio Cardoso and Daniel Canedias - and a number of others are expected to join this week, including Alfredo Morelos, Carlos Pena and Eduardo Herrera.

Rossiter was Warburton's first signing of the 2016 summer window, with Josh Windass and Crooks signing pre-contract agreements in the previous January.

The youngster is earning a reported £10,000 per week at Ibrox, according to The Mail.

Rangers manager Pedro Caixinha and Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers

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