'Terrible business', 'Never good enough' - These Rangers fans split over exit of Academy graduate
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'Terrible business', 'Never good enough' - These Rangers fans split over exit of Academy graduate

Rangers Academy graduate Ross McCrorie made his move to Aberdeen permanent last night, moving as part of the deal to bring Scott Wright to Ibrox – and Gers fans on Twitter were mixed on whether it was a good bit of business for the Light Blues.

McCrorie had already agreed to a move this summer for a reported £350,000 with a chunk of that used against the fee to bring Wright to Glasgow.

Like McCrorie, Wright had also agreed on a summer move so it was just a case of trying to find a deal that worked for both clubs before last night’s midnight deadline.

The former Scotland under-21 captain was once touted as a future skipper of Rangers but he quickly fell from grace under Gerrard and a loan stint at Portsmouth did little to help his chances.

After moving to Pittodrie on loan at the start of the season, McCrorie was ineligible to face Rangers in the league but can now come up against his old side after completing his move.

Fans were split over the move, with some questioning whether Wright was needed immediately and others wondering whether Rangers had sold McCrorie too cheaply.

Here are some of the comments from Rangers fans on Twitter:

https://twitter.com/Delbert73/status/1356510338410295296

https://twitter.com/Rossco76/status/1356304123830939650

https://twitter.com/grantmckay7/status/1356300369945571328

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