Rangers Star May Have Already Played His Final Game for Rangers in Philippe Clement Update

Kemar Roofe might have already played his last game for the club, according to an ominous injury update from manager Philippe Clement. The Jamaican international, 31, has endured a tumultuous Ibrox career marred by injuries, and as he enters the final year of his Rangers contract, the latest setback could spell the end for the prolific forward.

During the team’s warm-weather training camp in Spain, Philippe Clement addressed the media about the club’s injury situation, revealing that both Kemar Roofe and Danilo could face extended spells on the sidelines, potentially up to three months. When questioned about the possibility of their return this season, the manager advised journalists to revisit the inquiry in eight to twelve weeks, indicating a significant recovery period for both players.

“Danilo and Kemar (Roofe) are not here, so that’s clear it’s not for the next couple of weeks,” remarked Clement. “Otherwise, they would be here. This season? The season is still a long way to go, eh? So ask me this question in two or three months; that’s a little bit early.”

The bleak prognosis suggests that Kemar Roofe is poised for another prolonged absence, with the 31-year-old potentially having already donned the Rangers jersey for the last time. Despite making a comeback from a previous injury earlier in the season, Roofe’s minutes were abruptly cut short when he was substituted just 16 minutes into the 2-0 win over St Johnstone in December, intensifying the woes of his injury-ridden stint at Ibrox.