Rangers must attempt to re-sign goalkeeper Allan McGregor in the summer transfer window when his contract at Hull expires.
The Scottish Sun has reported that Hearts are set to make a move for McGregor, 36, in the next few months, but the Light Blues must ensure that if the Hull goalkeeper is to return to Scotland, he will be returning to Ibrox.
However Rangers already have Wes Foderingham, who has served as No 1 since he signed from Swindon in 2015.
The English goalkeeper has shown glimpses that he can be one of the best at what he does in Scotland, but he only seems to do that on the rare occasion and it’s about time that director of football Mark Allen tries to overhaul the squad, starting at the back by binning the 27-year-old.
Foderingham has been linked with moving away from Rangers in the past with Nottingham Forest said to have been one of the clubs interested.
If the Light Blues get the opportunity to cash in on the first team mainstay then they should do so at the first available opportunity and then use that money to coax McGregor back to Ibrox, where he was a real fan favourite until he left in 2012 in the wake of the club’s financial meltdown.
The 38-times Scotland international has still been in top form for Hull and looks as though he still has several years left in the tank.
Getting in an experienced head to play between the sticks is sure-fire way to ensure that the Gers defence improves.
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