Rangers legend Brian Laudrup believes that Aaron Ramsey has finally begun to show what he can offer Giovanni van Bronckhorst’s side.
The former Arsenal player has struggled with injuries since arriving from Juventus on loan in January but he scored a vital equaliser against Dundee on Sunday and, writing for the Daily Mail (quotes via the Daily Express), Laudrup said that he is hoping the Welshman can make a bigger impact going forward:
“I spoke in last week’s column about January signings Amad Diallo and Aaron Ramsey having a part to play in the latter stages of the season. You have to say Ramsey did that with his equaliser against Dundee.”
“He’s still looking to get his fitness levels right but there were a lot of positives with the result and Ramsey getting his first goal for Rangers since his loan move from Juventus was one of them.”
Things certainly haven’t gone to plan for Ramsey since his arrival at Ibrox but his display at the weekend was certainly a step in the right direction.
Getting his first goal for the club will help his confidence levels and the aim now is to perform on a consistent basis for the rest of the campaign.
If the Gers can keep Ramsey fit and firing until the final game in May, they will definitely have a greater chance of retaining the Premiership title. Whether that will happen, though, it remains to be seen.