EXCLUSIVE By Wayne Veysey
Allan McGregor is eager to extend his second spell at Rangers and sign a new contract, Football Insider has learned.
The goalkeeper’s current two-year deal deal expires at the end of the season and the club are ready to discuss an extension with him.
Ibrox sources have told Football Insider that the 37-year-old is happy at his boyhood club and keen to end his career there after making a huge impact in his second spell.
The recently-retired Scotland international has played some of the best football of his lengthy career since returning to Glasgow in the summer of 2018 on a free transfer.
He instantly deposed Wes Foderingham as the number one and has been a shining light in Steven Gerrard’s side ever since.
McGregor has showed no sign of his standards slipping this season and the club are keen for him to be rewarded with an extension that will commit him beyond his current deal.
He has made 10 appearances this season and been just as impressive as last season, when he was widely regarded as one of the outstanding players in the Scottish Premiership.
In total, the keeper has played 312 matches for Rangers, 60 of which have come in his return, and also had a distinguished spell at Hull City as well as shorter ones at Besiktas, Cardiff City and Dunfermline Athletic.