The RANGERS first team players were spotted returning to training today after their summer break.
New Ibrox goalkeeper Jack Butland is clearly excited about the challenge and told club staff: ‘Let’s get to work’ as he stepped into the Rangers training center as a true Gers star for the first time.
Also spotted were two of the men who ended the season on the Ibrox side’s long injury list.
In mid-May it was reported that Goldson would be out for ten weeks with a foot injury.
As such, fans were thrilled to see him freely enter the facility, even though he appeared to be wearing trainers rather than boots.
The Ibrox talisman obviously faces a race against time to be fit for the club’s season-opener against Kilmarnock, let alone the crucial Champions League qualifiers
The Gers will discover their third-round opponents on July 24, with the first leg taking place midweek on August 8/9. August is played and the second leg takes place a week later on 15 August.
Then there’s Roofe, who was sidelined for the rest of the season in mid-March with hip surgery.
Roofe was last seen meeting “childhood hero” Arsene Wenger.
He captioned the picture, which saw him grinning and giving the thumbs-up with the Frenchman at a glitzy rooftop restaurant, “My childhood hero.”
The hashtag “#invincibles” referred to the iconic 2003/04 Gunners team, who went through the season unbeaten with Wenger at the helm.
While Roofe’s future is uncertain and the club are poised to bring in Cyriel Dessers to replace new frontmen Sam Lammers and Abdallah Sima, getting him fit again would be a huge boost for Michael Beale.
The video also featured Ridvan Yilmaz and Ianis Hagi, both determined to fight their way into Beale’s plans.
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