Rangers may have a big problem on their hands in January as they could potentially find themselves looking for a new goalkeeper.
The Scottish Sun has reported that Rangers No 1 Wes Foderingham is considering leaving Ibrox in January and was wanted by Mark Warburton at Nottingham Forest before he was sacked by the English Championship side on Sunday.
However Foderingham’s wishes to leave Glasgow must not be ignored, so Mark Allen and Graeme Murty need to work hard to get in a possible replacement next month and hijack a move by one of their Scottish Premiership rivals.
Hibernian assistant manager Garry Parker has confirmed that his side are in talks to sign Dundee goalkeeper Scott Bain in January – and that is something that Rangers must become alerted to straight away.
Neil Lennon needs a new goalkeeper ahead of the second half of the season, but if Foderingham wants to leave Rangers, the Ibrox chiefs should try to fund a move to hijack the ex-Celtic player’s talks to sign the Dundee outcast.
Bain, 26, has fell out of favour at Dens Park after a falling out with manager Neil McCann and his contract is also set to expire at the end of the season.
That means the Light Blues could definitely make a move for the Scottish goalkeeper, who has proven himself to be a very capable performer between the sticks in the SPFL.