Defender makes exciting prediction about Rangers signing Nnamdi Ofoborh
Jack Grimmer has made an exciting prediction about Ibrox new boy Nnamdi Ofoborh, insisting to The Scottish Sun that Rangers fans will love the 21-year-old.
Ofoborh is awaiting the chance to make his Gers debut. That is despite finalising his move to the Scottish Premiership champions back in February.
Of course, he had the final months of his Bournemouth contract to see out before moving.
He actually spent those months out on loan, returning to Wycombe for a second spell.
There, he got to play alongside Grimmer. And the 27-year-old insisted that he is optimistic that Ofoborh has everything needed to succeed in Glasgow.
He also went on to compare the young midfielder with two of the Gers’ star midfielders.
“You don’t need a massive personality off the park to be a big success on it,” he told The Scottish Sun. “He has followed a similar pathway to Aribo and Kamara.
“It just shows you how successful you can become without making a lot of noise.
“Due to his age, Nams still has a lot of potential to develop, and I think the Rangers fans will love him,” he added. “Physically, he is so developed already, he is really strong on the park. He loves a tackle.”
Tough task ahead for Ofoborh at Rangers
Breaking into the Rangers side is going to be incredibly challenging for any young player.
Ofoborh has made fewer than 40 appearances in his senior career. So he is certainly still learning and perfecting his game.
Steven Gerrard’s side will be looking to kick on after winning the title at a canter last season. They could potentially find themselves in the Champions League this year.
Ofoborh may have to be patient in waiting for his opportunity. But judging by Grimmer’s comments, his time at Ibrox will definitely come.
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