Promising Liverpool youngster to call it quits at the end of the season in search of playing time

The Merseysiders are set to lose one of their promising stars in Jordan Rossiter at the end of the season as the youngster is being targeted by Scottish giants, Rangers for a Summer swoop, as per The LiverpoolEcho. The 19-year-old’s Liverpool career has been hampered by a series of injuries, and despite breaking into the first team 2 seasons ago, he has found playing time hard to come by of recent. The contract of the England youth international expires at the end of the current term, and a contract extension hasn’t been offered. Rossiter is also aware he isn’t in Klopp’s future plans, hence a need to call it quits with his Liverpool career.

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Rangers just earned promotion to the Scottish Premier League, and the club’s head of recruitment, Frank McParland, a former Liverpool Academy director is keen of the young midfielder and recommended him for the coach, Mark Warburton. Financially, Liverpool won’t be gaining much from the sales of Rossiter as according to FIFA rules, teenagers can join a club outside of England for just £250,000. A chance of European football awaits him at Rangers, and despite the league still lowly rated compared to the almighty EPL, his development would continue as first-team football surely awaits him.