Rangers 20y/o opens up on future at Ibrox as first-team chances look slim
Rangers goalkeeper Robby McCrorie has revealed that he will “possibly” go out on loan again this season – but is focusing on the Gers’ ten-day training camp in Spain.
The 20-year-old goalkeeper spent last season on loan with Berwick and will likely go out again with Wes Foderingham, Allan McGregor and Jak Alnwick ahead of him in the pecking order.
McCrorie admitted that he will think about his future when the Gers return to Glasgow next week ahead of the Europa League qualifying rounds.
“The thing for me at my age is to keep playing games so possibly the next move is to go out on loan again at a higher level,” McCrorie told Rangers’ official website.
“Right now I am just focussing on these ten days, trying to learn as much as possible then when I go back I can think about it.
“One thing I learnt was that each game is never the same. As well I always managed myself right, I am not sure what it was but something just switched and I was always one who if I got a niggle I would play through it but I managed my body better in that sense.”
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Football Insider verdict:
A loan move for McCrorie would make sense for the Gers and McCrorie as he looks to establish himself. The 20-year-old has a massive future ahead of him and it will only be a matter of time before both Robby and twin brother Ross are mainstays in the starting XI at Ibrox. McCrorie’s performances at this summer’s Toulon Tournament will have caught they eye of Steven Gerrard – as well as managers across the country – and it wouldn’t be a surprise to see a host of sides look to sign the keeper on loan. Working with the likes of Foderingham and McGregor will also really help McCrorie’s development as he continues his progression towards the first-team. With McGregor in the latter stages of his career, McCrorie is the obvious long-term replacement for the Scotland international.
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