Rossiter signed for Rangers in the summer, however, the 19-year-old has only played two games this season after being plagued with injuries.
So, in a bold move, @MarkKelly95 Tweeted the Royal Mail to report a “package” which was purchased, but isn’t working properly:
Hi @RoyalMail I would like to report a package we purchased, it was supposed to arrive in good condition but it isn't working properly
— Mark (@MarkKelly95) February 16, 2017
The Royal Mail were quick to respond to Mark’s message and asked him whether the package was damaged on arrival and if he has been in contact with the sender.
Mark then disclosed that the package he was talking about was English midfielder Rossiter, who “arrived from Liverpool” and was supposed to be “in good condition”, however he is now “broken”:
— Mark (@MarkKelly95) February 17, 2017
Cheekily, after seeing Mark’s response, Royal Mail replied asking whether he would like to repackage Rossiter and “return to sender”:
@MarkKelly95 You may wanna package him back up & return to sender 😉
— Royal Mail (@RoyalMail) February 17, 2017
Rossiter arrived at Ibrox to much fanfare, especially considering the youngster had been compared to Liverpool legend Steven Gerrard while on Merseyside.
In a bid to solve Rossiter’s injury woes, Rangers sent him to the FA’s top medics last week.
However, with Mark Warburton having since left the club, it remains unclear whether a new manager would be quite as patient with Rossiter’s fitness problems.