Philippe Senderos has had a career that started off very brightly as the Swiss defender quickly found his way into a top European club after joining Arsenal at the age of 20 and helped the Premier League club in winning the 2005 FA Cup after overcoming Manchester United in a penalty session.

His impact in Arsenal dwelled down as he sustained injuries which kept him out of the playing grounds for a significantly long period of time and the Swiss player could never really play a truly important rule in the Premier League outfit and his appearances were limited to not more than 13 in almost every single one of his seasons.

The other truly big European club that Philippe Senderos joined was Ac.Milan as he penned a season loan deal but once again he sustained an injury which forced him to make a delayed appearance with the red and black jersey and despite his interest in wanting to extend his contract to a permanent one, Ac.Milan was not interest and just let him go.

Senderos is now 31 years old and currently performing with the Scottish club Rangers; he made his debut appearance for the club back on September 10 of 2016 and from there on out Senderos has struggled to make consistent appearances for Rangers with his time mostly being spent on the bench as a unused substitute.

Taking into consideration that Senderos is one of the oldest players in the entire squad, he has to compete with far younger players just to snatch a spot in the first team of the manager Mark Warbuton and unfortunately for the Swiss defender, his debut appearance with Rangers was so disastrous that it has affected his credibility as it seems like his own teammates just don’t have faith in him and Mark Warbuton prefers to utilize other players instead of the former Ac.Milan player.

When Philippe Senderos joined Rangers, he only penned a 1 year long contract which means that his time with the Scottish club is scheduled to finalize on September of the ongoing year but seeing just how abysmal it has been going for him, his time in Rangers might be over than initially expected.