RANGERS midfielder Aaron Ramsey has been given the all-clear to face Celtic this Sunday.
The on-loan Juventus man has returned to Ibrox with “full health” forward of this weekend’s Old Firm showdown.
Ramsey was omitted from Wales’ matchday squad in opposition to the Czech Republic after struggling in direction of the tip of his nation’s World Cup play-off semi-final win over Austria final Thursday.
But Wales supervisor Robert Page, talking after his facet’s 1-1 pleasant draw on Tuesday, mentioned Ramsey’s omission was a precaution and he expects the 31-year-old midfielder to function within the Old Firm derby at Ibrox.
Page mentioned: “There was no harm. It was a no brainer.
“What we now have to do is present respect to the golf equipment as effectively.
“We’ve obtained their gamers and Aaron is 30-plus years outdated now. I made that call to not have him within the 23.
“We didn’t have to threat Aaron. Let him return to his membership with full health and play in an exquisite recreation, the Old Firm derby on Sunday.
“I made that call to not have him within the 23.
“Knowing then it’s much less threat of him getting injured or selecting the rest up, so we are able to shield him a little bit bit for June.
“We’re within the closing now. The job was carried out, an important recreation was in opposition to Austria on Thursday.”
Ramsey has but to play a full recreation for Rangers since becoming a member of from Juventus on mortgage in January.
But he did handle 84 minutes of their most up-to-date Premiership conflict, when he scored in a 2-1 win at Dundee on March 20.
Second-placed Rangers head into the Old Firm derby three factors behind their Glasgow rivals.