Rangers are set to ‘listen to offers’ for Josh McPake this summer, according to a report, as the 20-year-old struggles to get regular action on loan.
McPake, currently with Tranmere Rovers, has barely featured recently for Micky Mellon’s side with only three minutes to his name in their last three games.
According to the Daily Record, the Gers are open to what clubs have to offer for the Scotland youth international as they look set to let him move on.
After being touted for big things at Ibrox under Steven Gerrard, McPake has had stints on loan with Morton, Dundee, Harrogate Town, Morecombe and Tranmere but hasn’t kicked on as hoped over the last 18 months.
The attacker is under contract until the summer of 2024, signing a new contract last summer before heading to Morecambe on loan.
However his stint in the north-west of England with the League One side didn’t really go to plan and he was recalled in January before heading back south to join Tranmere, dropping down a level to League Two in the process.
If McPake is to move on this summer, Rangers will likely be looking for some sort of fee and future sell-on clause, although another loan exit is a possibility.
McPake has, arguably, been surpassed by several others in the club’s Academy and it is hard to see him forcing his way into the first-team picture at Rangers.
Should Rangers move him on, and get some sort of sell-on, it’ll be interesting to follow his progress and see if he can fulfil his potential away from Ibrox.