Rangers forward Kemar Roofe sent a six-word message to leeds united potential player

Rangers forward Kemar Roofe responded to the return to training of former Leeds United teammate Stuart Dallas on social media with a six-word tweet.

Dallas has returned to full training after an 18-month absence, according to The Athletic’s Phil Hay on Thursday [21 September].

Dallas later shared an image to Instagram with the phrase “All in good time,” on which several present and past colleagues replied.

Roofe was one of them, writing, “Love to see it my guy,” with a blue love heart emoji.

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Roofe spent three seasons at Elland Road with Dallas, thus the two were undoubtedly close both on and off the field.

It is clear to see just how popular the 32-year-old is judging by the number of positive comments in reply to his Instagram post.

Dallas has been out of action since April 2022, but it looks as though he will be back playing for Leeds in the next month or so.

Roofe’s time at Leeds is now a thing of the past, of course, having moved on to Anderlecht in 2019 and then Ibrox in August 2020.

The Jamaica international is himself no stranger to injury lay-offs, as he has missed a combined 372 days since May 2022 [Transfermarkt].

Like Dallas, let’s hope Roofe’s injury issues are now a thing of the past.

In other Rangers news, Ally McCoist was blown away by something he saw in the Gers’ 1-0 win over Real Betis

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