Rangers Keeper Robby McCrorie Eyed by Aberdeen as Ibrox Exit Looms

Aberdeen are lining up a summer move for Rangers goalkeeper Robby McCrorie, according to the Daily Record.

The 26-year-old reportedly wants regular first-team football to boost his chances of returning to the Scotland squad. With Jack Butland firmly established as Rangers’ number one, McCrorie has found himself on the bench.

This lack of playing time could see his value decrease in the long run. Rangers might benefit more from selling him now at a potentially high price. The funds generated could be reinvested in the squad, potentially bringing in a young goalkeeper with first-team aspirations.

Letting McCrorie go would also free up space for a more committed backup and demonstrate the club’s ability to develop and sell players for a profit, potentially attracting promising young talent in the future.