Rangers star could be set for Ibrox exit amid 'great interest' from England - report
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Rangers star could be set for Ibrox exit amid 'great interest' from England - report

Rangers keeper Robby McCrorie could be heading for the Ibrox exit this summer, according to a report, with ‘great interest’ in the Gers’ Academy graduate from north and south of the border.

According to The Sun, McCrorie is in great demand this summer as he enters the final year of his Rangers deal, with McCrorie said to be ‘eager’ to secure regular first-team football.

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McCrorie only made two appearances last season, spending the campaign as back-up to Allan McGregor and Jon McLaughlin, and recorded clean sheets against Alashkert and Celtic.

With uncertainty over Allan McGregor’s future, losing McCrorie this summer would leave the Light Blues needing to go into the market for, at least, one keeper this summer.

After his recent call-up to the Scotland squad, McCrorie’s talent is obvious but whether he’ll be in line for regular minutes at Ibrox could be key to his Gers future.

At 24, McCrorie is too old to be considered a young prospect but, arguably, lacks the experience to be Rangers’ number one next season.

Loan exit unlikely so Rangers will have a decision to make over McCrorie

If there are bids that come in for McCrorie, Rangers will have a big decision on their hands.

The keeper has long been touted as a future number one at Ibrox and it would be disappointing to see him leave after working his way through the ranks at the club.

While his contract situation makes things a little more complicated, Rangers should be looking to keep McCrorie at Ibrox long-term rather than allowing him to leave.

However, if he’s looking at spending another season sitting on the bench or in the stands, then McCrorie may decide himself that his future isn’t at Ibrox.

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