By Jack Cunningham

1st Sep, 2021 | 9:37am

Rangers are hopeful of good news on Nnamdi Ofoborh

Rangers are hoping to hear some good news on the fitness of Nnamdi Ofoborh, according to a report from the Daily Record.

The 21-year-old who officially joined from Bournemouth earlier this summer has been sent to a specialist after scans revealed some concern over his heart.

However, it appears as if the club are hopeful of hearing good news on Ofoborh, and hopefully, the player gets the all-clear from the specialist to start his career at Ibrox.

Ofoborh to make a return soon?

The midfielder was signed as a first-team player, but the concerns over his heart have put his career on hold, and rightly so.

His health and safety is the most important thing here, and the medical team involved have been right to take their time with Ofoborh.

The last thing anyone wants to see is for the midfielder to rush back and potentially put his life in danger.

However, this report does suggest that the Gers are hopeful of hearing good news on Ofoborh’s health, and we hope we get to see him play some part in this season.

The 21-year-old was described as “fantastic” by Bournemouth Under-23 boss Shaun Cooper while he was with the Cherries, so he is clearly a player who is rated highly, and we look forward to seeing him for the Gers [Bournemouth’s official website].

Whenever that might be, though, remains unclear.

In other Rangers news, it could be only a matter of time before the club look to cash in on their star players.