It looks like Rangers will shed multiple senior keepers from the squad this summer.
Rangers set for goalkeeper departures
Fods has been a very good servant for the club since arriving from Swindon Town in 2015. He nailed down the no.1 shirt for several campaigns and rarely let himself down, proving a good shot-stopper and a physical presence in the area. He also helped the Gers return to the top-flight, as an ever-present in the Championship-winning season.
However, the arrival of Allan McGregor in the summer of 2018 shunted him down to the back-up slot and he’s barely featured since. He’s mustered three appearances so far this season [Soccerbase] and barring injury to Greegsy, is only likely to get a handful more before his current deal runs out.
However, he’s been deemed surplus to requirements for some time and is currently on loan at Blackpool, having spent last season with Scunthorpe United. It’s highly unlikely we’ll see Jak in a Rangers shirt again.
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The former Liverpool Academy player was plucked from the obscurity of National League side Barrow AFC in January and given an 18-month deal. He was only ever signed as an emergency cover option, and will surely not be offered an extension given there are a plethora of young stoppers coming through the ranks.
He has made just a solitary appearance for the first team, replacing an injured Foderingham for the final seven minutes of the 2018/19 final day defeat at Kilmarnock [Transfermarkt].