BREAKING NEWS: Rangers Ace Player Ross McCausland Gets Severe Injury Ahead Of…

Due to an ankle setback, Ross McCausland will miss Northern Ireland’s match against Scotland on Tuesday.

Despite struggling with fitness for the past few weeks, the Rangers winger was nonetheless named in the NI squad for their friendlies against Scotland and Romania.

Philippe Clement has a growing injury dilemma on his hands

On March 10, during the Light Blues’ Scottish Cup match against Hibs, 20-year-old Causland took a knock.

A few days later in the Europa League, he was barely healthy enough to be on the substitutes bench against Benfica.

Although it was anticipated that the young player wouldn’t be ready for the first of his nation’s two games, which took place in Bucharest last night, he might be able to play on Tuesday at Hampden against the Scots.

However, manager Michael O’Neill has disclosed that he hasn’t bounced back to a level of fitness that would let him to play against Steve Clarke’s team.

Ross McCausland has been struggling since limping off against Hibs on March 10

“Unfortunately, it looks like Ross McCausland won’t make it,” O’Neill stated regarding his squad’s Scotland match following the 1-1 draw with Romania.

“It would have been nice to get Ross the opportunity.”

Ianis Hagi, a loanee from Rangers, substituted for Romania in the match against the Green and White Army.

And after the full-time whistle, he was seen mingling with Gers supporters who were singing his name from the stands.

The player, who is presently on loan at Alaves, was seen on camera jogging over to the fans to shake hands and give them a round of applause.

Following the international break, Rangers play Hibernian one week from now. A week later, on April 7, is the Old Firm rivalry against Celtic.

The Ibrox team may also have to deal with Ridvan Yilmaz’s potential absence from action ahead of both matches after he suffered an injury while serving for his country.

The left-back, who is 22 years old, played just 27 minutes in Turkiye’s 1-0 loss to Hungary.

Regarding the circumstance, Supervisor Vincenzo Montella stated: “I will consider this matter.

“We must assess the football players’ physical condition. In addition, I have a plan in place to help youth get experience in these kinds of games.

“I will make my decisions after making a good evaluation.”

Currently, Gers are also unable to summon Danilo, Oscar Cortes, Kieran Dowell, Abdallah Sima, or Ryan Jack.


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