Rangers midfielder Ryan Jack could be about to miss the rest of the Scottish Premiership season.

The Scottish international missed the recent break and is still ruled out with his current injury problem that has plagued his campaign.

Gary McAllister confirmed on Friday that Jack has been down to London this week to visit a specialist as they attempt to figure out exactly what is wrong.

This has sparked major confusion, with the problem clearly not identified.

Should it have been a straight-forward injury, the Bears medical team will have been able to solve the problem and hopefully stop it from happening yet again.

Jack has started only 16 games in the Scottish Premiership this season and hasn’t featured since the end of February in the 4-1 victory against Dundee United.

The 29-year-old may have been rushed back too quickly initially, with it only taking six games to aggravate another injury issue.

Rangers won’t want this to keep happening upon each return for Jack, so it may take some time for the midfielder to fully recover.


Season split and done?

Rangers only have five more games in the Scottish Premiership this season before they finally lift the title, with the Scottish Cup also to play.

Steven Gerrard will want his side to go all the way and make it a domestic double, which could also hand Jack the chance to return from injury.

We are crossing our fingers for Jack to return before the end of this season, but the longer this mystery continues, the more that appears unlikely.

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