Confirmed: Rangers ace Ryan Jack undergoes successful surgery on Wednesday

Rangers midfielder Ryan Jack has undergone successful surgery on Wednesday after being ruled out for the remainder of the season.

The Scottish international has been suffering for months and will also miss the European Championships this summer in a big blow.

Jack has been suffering with a calf problem for months now, and even visited a specialist at the start of April.

Writing on his personal Instagram on Thursday, Jack confirmed the major update to his thousands of followers online.

“Morning Teddy’s,” he said.

“Just letting everyone know I had a successful operation yesterday morning and I’m now on the road to recovery.

“Can’t wait to be back for the start of next season and getting back doing what I love. Thanks to everyone for the messages it’s much appreciated. All focus now is on 56.”

Final stage.

We are crossing our fingers that this is the final stage of Jack’s recovery, and he is ready to come back stronger than ever next season.

Bongani Zungu is leaving, with Nnamdi Ofoborh coming in to replace, so there is the need for a mainstay to help with the squad depth.

Steven Davis and Glen Kamara have been forced to feature in nearly every single game this season with little rest-bite, and having Jack would be perfect.

Should the Scottish international be ready, we will be a force to be reckoned with next season, as we look to continue this dominance.

Jack has only started 16 games in the Scottish Premiership, and we want him to be closer to 30 appearances, especially in those tough months.

This is a brilliant step forward, and we already can’t wait for his return.

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