Rangers are set to offload goalkeeper Jak Alnwick this summer even though he’s had an impressive season on loan, Football Insider understands.
The 25-year-old has been a key man for League One outfit Scunthorpe, who are fighting to avoid relegation to England’s fourth tier.
A club source has told Football Insider Rangers have no intention of reintroducing Alnwick into the first-team squad this summer, regardless of whether number two Wes Foderingham leaves Ibrox.
Alnwick has a contract with his parent club that runs until the summer of 2020 but they will listen to offers for him in the forthcoming window.
Rangers’ preference is to sell the former England youth keeper on a permanent transfer but they plan to loan him out if a buyer cannot be found.
Alnwick has made just 11 appearances for the Light Blues since signing from Port Vale for £300,000 in January 2017 when Mark Warburton was the manager.
He has been a mainstay for Scunthorpe this season, starting 39 consecutive league matches since his loan began at the end of August.
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