Robby McCrorie Nears Rangers Exit in Pursuit of Regular First-Team Action

Rangers goalkeeper Robby McCrorie appears set to leave Ibrox this summer, prioritizing first-team football even if it means a significant pay cut, according to Chris Jack.

Despite a new contract offer from Rangers, McCrorie has attracted interest from Aberdeen, Hibernian, Kilmarnock, and Motherwell. His desire for regular playing time led him to request a transfer in January [Daily Record].

Jack reports the financial sacrifice McCrorie faces within the Scottish Premiership, but the goalkeeper prioritizes playing opportunities over salary. Regardless, McCrorie’s Rangers tenure seems over, with several clubs vying for his signature.

Aberdeen was a frontrunner [Daily Record]. However, the emergence of three other suitors gives the 26-year-old options.

A move to Motherwell could be a win-win situation. Rangers are reportedly close to signing Motherwell’s Liam Kelly on a free transfer [Sky Sports]. A straight swap of backup goalkeepers, with a transfer fee from McCrorie’s move, might be ideal for Rangers.

Ultimately, McCrorie holds the cards. He will choose his destination for regular playing time, leaving Rangers scrambling to find a suitable replacement.