Rangers manager Steven Gerrard confirmed in Wednesday’s press conference ahead of the Europa League tie against Spartak Moscow that midfielder Graham Dorrans had now seen a surgeon for an assessment and the medical department were waiting on an update before deciding what our next steps should be in relation to his most recent injury.
????️SG: We are still awaiting an update on Dorrans, he went to see a surgeon and the medical department will make a decision on the next move.
— Rangers Football Club (@RangersFC) October 24, 2018
The 31-year-old former Norwich City player missed the beginning of the season with injury and having built himself back to fitness, he has made three appearances for Gerrard in 2018/19 so far, but his last action came in the Scottish League Cup tie against Ayr at the end of September as he picked up a knee issue.
The assumption is this is a recurrence of his original problem based on what I’ve read, and again the expectation is he’ll be sidelined for a while – especially if he requires further surgery.
We’ll have to wait for the next update but it’s not looking good at this stage.