Wes Foderingham is to hold crunch talks with Rangers this month about his future as the club earmark new goalkeeper quartet, Football Insider has learned.
The Glasgow giants have set their sights on signing a new keeper in January if Foderingham pushes to quit the club.
Ibrox sources have told Football Insider that Foderingham’s position is up in the air and he could look to leave in January ahead of his contract expiring next summer.
Rangers are prepared for all scenarios, including even discussing a new contract with the 28-year-old, who was brought to the club in 2015 from Swindon Town by Mark Warburton.
It is more likely that Foderingham will look to return to England in search of regular football.
He has made just six appearances for Rangers since Allan McGregor joined last year on a free transfer and was immediately installed as the number one.
McGregor is about to be handed a new contract after firmly establishing himself as integral to the team’s title challenge.
Foderingham has stayed silent in public about his dissatisfaction at being second choice but the discussions with the club hierarchy are now set to be key.
Both proven performers are out of contract at the end of the season, although the English Championship high flyers have opened talks with Rudd about a new deal.
Rangers could also have to replace their third senior shot-stopper Jak Alnwick, who is on a season-long loan at English League One club Blackpool.
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