Rangers star Alfredo Morelos has been snubbed by Colombia for upcoming internationals despite starting the season on fire.

The Gers striker has scored nine goals in ten games for the Light Blues already this season but has been overlooked by manager Carlos Queiroz.

Morelos, 23, made his international debut against South Korea last year and even earned praise from superstar Radamel Falcao.

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But ex-Manchester United assistant Queiroz has left him out again for his squad to face Brazil and Venezuela.

Rangers manager Steven Gerrard recently described El Buffalo as "unplayable".

He said: "When Alfredo is on his A-game, he can be unplayable and help this club to be successful. 

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"That’s what he needs to realise from a personal point of view. His A-game, on a regular basis, brings this club success.

"We have to accept the fact he’s a physical player and is going to leave it on certain people. 

"He’s going to fight, he’s going to hassle, he’s going to wrestle. That’s Alfredo Morelos. That’s why we all love him."

According to reports in his native country, Morelos has been omitted due to a bad disciplinary record.