Glasgow Rangers of Scotland midfielder, Joe Aribo has returned to team training with The Gers’ squad, thereby putting him in contention for a shirt in this weekend’s commencement of action in the new Scottish Premiership season.
Megasportsarena.com reports that Aribo has been out injured for a while, missing a stretch of games for his side, but he is now in contention to make the opening fixture versus Livingston, following his return to the full team training sessions.
The former Charlton Athletic of England dazzler was not in Rangers’ squads for their last three pre-season games, but he is now set to resume action, after missing the ties against Arsenal, Brighton and Real Madrid of Spain due to health issues.
However, the 25-year-old Aribo has now shaken it all off and put himself in contention to be involved against Livingston after resuming training on Monday, though speculation remains over his future at Rangers, despite being contracted to the Glasgow-based club until June 2023.
Aribo is said to be attracting genuine interest from an English Premier League club, and Aribo could play himself back into contention after last playing in Rangers’ first two pre-season fixtures versus Partick Thistle and Tranmere Rovers prior to his spell on the sidelines.