The Scottish Sun reports that there will be upheaval in the goalkeeping department at Rangers.
It’s claimed that both Wes Foderingham and Jak Alnwick will leave the club this summer.
Foderingham, valued at £540k [Transfermakt] played in his first Old Firm league victory on Sunday. However, his opportunity only came about because of Allan McGregor’s suspension.
He has spent the vast majority of the season on the bench, making just seven appearances in total.
On the other hand, Alnwick, valued at £225k [Transfermarkt] has been afforded lots of game time this season.
The 25-year-old stopper was on loan at Scunthorpe United and turned out 43 times for the Iron.
Ultimately, they were relegated from League One. However, whether it’s at Glanford Park or elsewhere, it’s claimed Alnwick won’t be wearing the Gers badge again.
If both these keepers leave the club, you would think there will be a new arrival.
That player may be Jonathan Klinsmann, son of Jurgen.
The 22-year-old is currently attached to Hertha Berlin, but hasn’t made a league appearance for the first team.
At 6ft 4″ he offers a considerable presence and boasts 19 caps for USA U20s.
Should the Gers swoop for him, he would likely be competing with McGregor, Robby McCrorie and Andy Firth.