Emerson Hyndman’s time at Rangers has been largely successful, but it appears that time could end on a sour note thanks to a recent injury.
Rangers manager Pedro Caixina revealed on Saturday that Hyndman could miss the rest of the season due to a foot injury. The midfielder sat out Rangers’ 2-1 win over Partick Thistle on Sunday.
“Just Emerson, we are still assessing,” Caixinha said according to the club’s website. “I was just speaking with the doctor before but he could not train with us for the whole week, so we just need to have the final result from one analysis that he did.
“But supposedly he cannot play now and he cannot play more until the end of the season.”
Hyndman, who has made 17 appearances and scored four goals since joining the club on loan from Bournemouth, would miss matches against Hearts, Aberdeen and St. Johnstone to conclude the Scottish Premier League season.
Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe recently stated that he has no plans to sell Hyndman and is looking forward to working with him next season.