English Premier League (EPL) club Liverpool’s Coach Jurgen Klopp is yet to spend any money on transfers since taking over the helms at Anfield. The work he has done is plausible and the Kop will certainly expect huge things once the club spends some money under their new manager. However, the Reds saw one of their midfielders Jordan Rossiter make a transfer to Rangers as the season ends.
The 19-year-old made an impactful debut for the club when he scored against Middlesbrough at the age of 17. However, he saw his career go downhill from then and failed to break into the first team.
Rossiter failed to accept a new deal from Liverpool and chose Rangers instead. The midfielder will now head to Glasgow on a four-year-deal at the end of the current season.
“I know Frank from my Liverpool days and working with the academy with him and he is a great fella.” Rossiter said on Frank McParland, who is the head of recruitment at Rangers, as reported by express.co.uk.
Rossiter also mentioned that he is looking forward to working with McParland again and starting afresh at Glasgow. Rangers are the current Scottish Championship winners and the Englishman will have a good platform to build on his career over there.
The 5-ft-10 midfielder joined the Reds when he was six and made his debut under Brendan Rodgers in 2014. Rossiter featured in only one match under the new manager Jurgen Klopp and that has been frustrating for the teenager.
Jordan has represented England eleven times in the youth levels.
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