Scotish Premier league giants Glasgow Rangers has cut the loan of former Nigeria U17 invitee Ovie Ejaria and he’s expected to return to parent club Liverpool in England.
Ejaria moved to Rangers from Liverpool after club legend Stephen Gerrard was appointed as the manager of the Club last summer.
However, Gerrard who is in management for the first time after quitting the game has not given the young forward enough game time at the club but believes the decision to leave the club is not the right one.
“Do I think it was a right decision? No, because I think he had an incredible opportunity here.
“But I’m never going to stand on a player’s way who is not happy and who is not settled because I have people who are desperate to wear the shirt and who would run through the brick walls to wear it,” he said.
Liverpoo has previously reached an agreement with Rangers to keep the player in Scotland until the end of the 2018/2019 season.
The club revealed that the decision to end the loan prematuredly was taken after clubs as well as Ejaria and his family agreed.
“Following discussions between the two clubs, as well as Ejaria and his family, it has been determined an early return to the Reds is in the best interests of all parties concerned.” Liverpool said
Ejaria made 28 appearances for Rangers and scored two goals.
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