Has young Rangers left-back just hinted he's about to leave Ibrox?
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Has Rangers youth left-back Scott Gray hinted he’s leaving Ibrox?

Rangers Academy youngster Scott Gray appears to have dropped numerous hints that he’ll be leaving the club at the end of the season.
The 19-year-old youth left-back has taken to Twitter to share numerous messages suggesting his future lies away from Ibrox.
Gray came through the Academy at Ibrox and has spent the year on-loan at East Stirling. He also spent some time at Albion Rovers in the first half of the season.


The youngster will have made a lot of friends at the club after coming through with the current crop of prospects.
He also said thank you to popular @SpatestonBear2 account, which follows youth games and wished him good luck for the future.
It’s an unfortunate part of football to see a young player moved on but Scott Gray will go with everyone at Ibrox’s best wishes.
Rangers also have an incredibly competitive group of youngsters at the club at the moment. The young Gers have had an incredible haul of trophies this season.

The Academy side have enjoyed great success this season. (Photo by Vagelis Georgariou/Action Plus via Getty Images)

The U17s delighted fans by winning the ALKASS Cup, whilst the young Gers beat Celtic to win the Scottish FA Youth Cup.

The Rangers U18s also managed to secure the U18s youth league title.
Many of Rangers young players were also involved as the club secured the Reserve League trophy this season.
 

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