Rangers Striker Kemar Roofe Confirms Ibrox Exit

Rangers striker Kemar Roofe has announced his departure from the club at the end of the season, following the team’s 5-2 victory over Dundee on Tuesday.

“Ibrox it’s been a pleasure… thanks for having me,” Roofe wrote on his personal Instagram account, alongside photos of him acknowledging the Rangers fans.

The Jamaican international’s playing time has been limited this season due to injuries, despite scoring a crucial winning goal against Real Betis in the Europa League group stages. With his contract expiring in June, Roofe has confirmed he will not be signing an extension.

This news comes amidst reports of a potential “mini-revolution” at Ibrox this summer, with manager Philippe Clement expected to oversee a significant squad overhaul. Roofe’s injury struggles and contract situation made him a relatively straightforward departure decision for the club.

While acknowledging Roofe’s talent as a finisher, the 31-year-old’s persistent fitness issues have proven to be a concern. Rangers will be looking for a more reliable option upfront next season.