Clement in line for Well return
By Chris Stanton
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Jeremy Clement is poised to make his comeback from injury for Rangers.
Jeremy Clement is poised to make his comeback from injury in Rangers' match against Motherwell on Saturday.
The 22-year-old has been laid low by a knee injury which has caused the summer signing from Lyon to miss the club's last seven matches.
Having recently returned to training, Gers boss Paul Le Guen will be able to call on the player against Well, although the Frenchman is determined not to rush his compatriot back too soon.
"I think Jeremy will be fit for the Motherwell match but perhaps not for the whole game," Le Guen told the club's official website.
"He has been doing all of the training and I feel sure he is now completely free of his injury problems and he can be back in the squad."
However, the game comes too soon for Libor Sionko and loan signing from Manchester United Lee Martin.
"It is still too early for Libor Sionko and Lee Martin, although I think Libor is ahead of Lee," Le Guen added.
"Lee is still having some problems with his knee, but Libor is looking a lot better and we think he will be available again within two weeks."