What Happened To Aaron Souttar? Are The Rumors Of John Soutter Brother Death True?


John Souttar ( Source : Pressandjournal )

Scottish professional footballer John Souttar competes for both the Scotland national team and Scottish Premiership club Rangers. Before joining Rangers in 2022, he had previously played for Dundee United and Heart of Midlothian.

What Happened To Aaron Souttar? John Soutter Brother Death Rumors

Aaron Souttar, John Soutter's brother, is said to be dead. Reportedly, he was going through some kind of health issue that took his life from him today. However, apart from the Twitter world, the confirmation on it hasn't been mentioned anywhere.

A Twitter user said, "Absolutely no idea if rumors are true about his bro Aaron, but even if not, man, folk need to stop writing people off after one 90mins at a notoriously hard place to go. Souttar absolutely has the mentality to be a tough CB & go onto a great Rangers career." 

In preparation for their match against Union Saint-Gilloise in a Champions League qualifying round, Rangers have left the country without center-back John Souttar.

The defender, who made his professional debut against Livingston on Saturday, will be present for the third-round matchup's opening leg together with Ryan Kent. The match was also scheduled too soon for Alfredo Morelos, who was included on the UEFA team list for the two matches but is still working his way back to full health following a chronic thigh ailment.

Similarly, on 31st July, Rangers Football club added a picture of John on their account. To this netizen says, "Did Souttar not go through personal stuff with his brother Aaron a few days ago? I’m sure I read it somewhere that his brother isn’t doing too well with MND. Could be a reason for his performance Souttar has shown Hearts what he’s capable of. I wouldn’t write him off yet."

John Soutter Family And Parents

Jack and Heather Souttar welcomed Souttar into the world on September 25, 1996, in Aberdeen. His father had played professionally for Brechin City in the past. Australia is the country of origin for the family of his mother.

Souttar attended Luthermuir Primary School while growing up in the Aberdeenshire community of Luthermuir and subsequently Mearns Academy in neighboring Laurencekirk.

Souttar started playing for Brechin City Boys Club in 2002. His father served as his coach on the team, which was successful and included Ryan Gauld and Euan Spark. Before joining Dundee United's development system in 2006 at the age of nine, the triplets also improved their talents at coaching schools run by Ian Cathro in Dundee.

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