Confirmed: Rangers finalise paperwork on enforcer deal
Rangers have confirmed they have agreed new long-term deals with enforcer Ross McCrorie and his twin brother Robby McCrorie which will keep them at the Ibrox giants until 2022.
The Gers confirmed the agreement in a Tweet posted on their official Twitter account on Friday.
✍️ The @RFC_Youth Academy graduates, 19, have signed four and a half year contracts that will see them stay at the club until the summer of 2022.
— Rangers Football Club (@RangersFC) December 29, 2017
The 19-year-old twins have been in the club’s youth programme for a number of years with defender Ross making his first-team debut this season and going on to be a first-team regular in the defensive midfield position.
Goalkeeper Robby is currently on a season-long loan with League One side Berwick Rangers as he continues his development with regular first-team football.
Both players are thought to have huge futures in the game with Manchester United, Manchester City and a host of other Premier League clubs previously having looked to entice them away from Ibrox.
Since making his first-team debut against Partick Thistle earlier this season, Ross has gone on to make 17 appearances under Pedro Caixinha while Robby has been the first-choice keeper for the only English club to play in the Scottish league.
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Both Ross and Robby are Scottish youth internationals and impressed regularly for the club’s Under-20 side last season before being split this season by Robby’s temporary transfer to Berwick.
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