Sad News: Rangers Key Expectation Star to Sign Ibrox January contact finally made Sanctioned with huge fine after last action…

Rangers summer signing Dujon Sterling has become an unfortunate afterthought at Ibrox since his move and he could well be binned in the January transfer window after injury troubles already.

The former Chelsea youngster arrived on a free transfer in the summer after flourishing on loan at Stoke City last season but has also picked up a number of injuries already which has made him a forgotten man.

The 23-year-old has only played twice in the Scottish Premiership so far this season, with his only start coming against Celtic in the first Old Firm Derby of the campaign, where he was deployed by Beale on the left of defence.

A tactical decision which certainly failed miserably.


Sterling was substituted not long after the hour mark in that game as he was one of many Rangers players who struggled against Brendan Rodgers’ side, winning only 44 per cent of his nine ground duels and failing to complete a single one of his three attempted dribbles [Fotmob].

Since that match in early September, Sterling hasn’t played more than three minutes of a game, with his last cameo coming against Livingston in the Viaplay Cup on 27 September.

In fact, he’s been nowhere to be seen at training due to a number of injury issues already since his move, and alongside Leon Balogun, he’s somewhat slipped in between the cracks at Ibrox.

Journalist Chris Jack told the Rangers Review morning briefing on 26 October that Philippe Clement is “paying the price” of his predecessor’s decision since Sterling isn’t ready to step in at grasp his opportunity and that the 24-year-old has already become a “forgotten” member of the squad.

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